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Lowering the 1200?

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I'd like to bring the rear down an inch or so.   How can this be done?  

As an aside, it's going in for the recall shaft replacement within a week or two.   

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What's a purpose of lowering?
Rear shock could be solution, maybe..

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On ‎2‎/‎8‎/‎2019 at 4:11 AM, srdjan said:

What's a purpose of lowering?
Rear shock could be solution, maybe..

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Reach to the ground.  I can't back it even on level concrete

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19 hours ago, Darrenk said:

 

Thanks.  I'll look into this one.   They have used pics for the 1200x but list that bike separately.  $255 for link & stand may be a palatable solution.

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maybe you bought a bike that's too big for you ??

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1 hour ago, squirrelman said:

maybe you bought a bike that's too big for you ??

 

Hell yes I did.  Always do.

 

Any other kind observations?   

 

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UpArrow,

 

On the off chance that you are not aware of it, if you install lowering links, it might be harder to use the centerstand,  depending on the amount of lowering of course.

 

 

LookingHard

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2 hours ago, LookingHard said:

 

 

UpArrow,

 

On the off chance that you are not aware of it, if you install lowering links, it might be harder to use the centerstand,  depending on the amount of lowering of course.

 

 

LookingHard

 

Yeah.  Not looking to drop it more than about 1".   Center stand would be tougher but doable. 

 

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19 minutes ago, srdjan said:

Consider OEM Lower narrow seat

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Wish I could try one.   I'm leery of spending $200 for the try.  That said, my bike came to me with a heated Corbin on it which I suspect is quite a bit taller than the OEM low narrow.  

 

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I have bought Top Sellerie dual gel seat. It is very comfortable but it is more width and taller as well, less sporty movements on bike. I am going back to OEM for sure. Those are FAQs on my bike. And I am 187cm tall :)

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Don't 190/50, it will have negative influence as on almost every bike

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