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Old 02-21-2013, 04:57 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by sorebutt View Post
I like the idea of lowering the bike. My legs are a little short for touching down on uneven surfaces.

Someone did a post earlier on how to cut down the stock spring to lower the bike. Then you just slide the forks up in the clamps. That would be a cheap altermative if you don't over work the stock suspension.
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Originally Posted by Bayner View Post
You'll just have to be careful if you lower the seat height via the suspension. There's already precious little clearance for the skidplate on full compression.
This is not a thread about lowering a bike. If you don't have any info to contribute in regards to my original topic of upgrading suspension using Touratech's Explorer or Expedition series please move along.. Thanks.
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