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I had a Barons shorty on my Raider for the same reason. I extended my forks and didn’t need it, so switched back to stock.

My kickstand and the one shown in the first post, are different than the one in the post AlanH referenced. I wonder if you still have to add the button head bolt to engage the kickstand switch.
 

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My OP was a knee jerk reaction to Baclay's install of the Baron Road* kickstand which is a different P/N :>)
I believe Barons corrected this part!
 

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Discussion Starter #8 (Edited)
Any problems or complications or was it pretty much plug and play?
BARON instructions
1. Place the vehicle on a motorcycle lift to hold the bike upright.
2. Flip the kickstand to the "up" position.
3. Using a flat blade screwdriver, pry the spring of from the frame mount side (not the kickstand side).
4. Using a 17mm wrench, remove the nut on top of the kickstand mount.
5. Using a 14mm wrench, remove the bolt that holds the stock kickstand in the mount.
6. Reverse the procedure to get the kickstand on, leaving the spring for last.
7. Enjoy your new Baron Shorty Kickstand.
Did add adhesive backed bumpers, first image to get the up position clearance needed.
Simple as that, took all of 15 minutes.
 
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