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#842945 03/15/2021 2:28 PM
by wayno
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Howdy, I would like to lower the rear shocks an inch. I was wondering if anyone has done this by disassembling rear shock and cutting an inch out of the spring? Ride sits a little tall for me. I did this on an old Honda years ago. Thanks for any input and advise.
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by Beach
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And handling!
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by Andy Higham
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There is precious little travel on the rear shocks to start with, reduce that by an inch and the shock will be bottomed out most of the time
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