STA-BO was developed and made from a Delrin material, for its superior quality. STA-BO started selling in Tennessee and due to high customer demand, STA-BO expanded nationally. Customers main complaints and concerns were on the handling and overall safety of their motorcycle. STA-BO is the cure for the rear end wobble on the rubber mounted swing arm for Harley-Davidson or Harley-Davidson style motorcycles (FLT, FLHT, FLHR & FXR).
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History of Innovations
Having a love for motorcycles and inherited mechanical ability, Kevin Blane began his dream of opening a small motorcycle shop in Clarksville, Tennessee in 1979. As his business grew and expanded, he relocated to Nashville, TN. Specializing in repair of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, offering a wide variety of parts, and options on high-performance, Blane had a reputation for performance motors. Accomplishments include, Drag Racing experience with HDRA, AMRA, IHRA/ Pro Star. This included classes competed in Pro Stock, Pro Gas, and Pro Street. In 1990, Blane invented and patented the single adjustable push rod that was designed for Harley-Davidson motorcycles without removal motor components. Also in 1993, he invented STA-BO I, swing arm stabilizer for Harley-Davidson motorcycles, FXR, FLT.
Today, with the growth of STA-BO sales, the business name has been changed to Innovations/STA-BO, LLC, which is located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.