I like the way motorcycles are parked - leaning to the left.
So, I wanted to mod a center stand so that it would lean to the left. I did so, but getting the "right" lean wasn't so easy (since the leg was cut, heated, flattened, then bent to the right shape), AND I missed having the ability to put it on the center stand for maintenance/repair.
So, I decided to mod the center stand as shown in the pic. This design solves both problems:
1) More or less lean can be achieved but adjusting the left a turn or so, then locking it in place; and
2) The right leg can be just slid in place, and the left adjusted longer to put it on the center stand for repair/etc.
I just bought some 1/2" all thread, welded (actually brazed) a 1/2" nut to the center stand left leg, then brazed a length of all-thread to the left leg that had been cut off.
Anyway, I'm not claiming that this is an original idea, or even the best answer - but none-the-less, I just wanted to share the results.