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Old 01-14-2013, 07:21 AM   #893
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Originally Posted by newcastleadam View Post
Do check if adjusting the shock can help prior to lowering links, you might be surprised. Plus it makes clearing downed trees easier
That'll be first for sure. Maybe even cut the seat down some. I trimmed my spare xr250 seat and she does alright on it. It's an 84 and needs a full re-build, so neither one of us has spent any time on it.

I'm sure one way or another she'll be alright with height, there are a few ways to get it down some. It won't take much I'm sure.
COBDR and UTBDR on my klx250:
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