Lowering





Pipefighter248

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Welcome aboard.
Lots of posts, try to do a search, many options.
For front you could find a lowering triple tree or get a set of risers.
For rear you would need threaded adjustable links or regular lowering links.
 

Devious

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Drop the air pressure in both the front and rear tires to about...-0-
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But then again, you can use Soupys Lowering Links on the rear and a different Triple Tree for the front to lower the Bike...

And welcome aboard...
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David
 

Devious

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Almost forgot, after you lower it, you will want to mod the kickstand or get an adjustable kickstand...
Cause after you lower it, it will be almost straight up when leaned over...


David
 
#5
ok you can buy risers and or a triple tree that will allow you to bring the forks through it. make sure that you have the forks same length.

then you can have some dogbones made or buy some they are fairly reasonable.

i use a scissor jack under the knuckle to get the old ones of so if you have anything else pm me
 
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(Devious @ Oct. 16 2006,07:09) Drop the air pressure in both the front and rear tires to about...-0-
laugh.gif


But then again, you can use Soupys Lowering Links on the rear and a different Triple Tree for the front to lower the Bike...

And welcome aboard...
post-52-02136-welcome.gif


David
Hey David how much did you lower your bike front and rear. Do you have any pictures with the bike on the ground sitting straight up? I have mine lowered 1 inch up front and 2 in the rear. Yours looks like it lower than mine. I like the look. I'm thinking about doing the HMF high mounts also to show more of my rear wheels. Here's a Picture of mine>>>

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MARK
 

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