This is the way I do it, rightly or wrongly.
Razel is right, the K's are slightly front heavy, but not a lot. On the centre stand I leave the belly pan on and slot a piece of 4X2 under the pan AT THE POINT BENEATH THE TWO PAN FIXING BOLTS. Then put light pressure on the floor jack to raise the front. I've got a couple of cage axle stands, so once I've pulled the wheel spindle I can pop one of these under the fork leg.
If I'm leaving the bike, I always drop the wheel spindle back and put a stand or blocks underneath for peace of mind. I remember taking off the front fender once to get a bit more clearance, but you can wiggle the wheel out carefully without. I've never found a problem with my centre stand. You can always tie it forward to the front fork leg if it makes you feel better.