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I would like to lower the bike over the winter.I don't want to get the progressive shocks$$$$$.I read that there is someplace that will do it.But I don't remember the name.
Does anyone know?
 

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I have a pair of stock shocks, I will sell and send to skullent. You will have no down time and then you can sell yours and so on.
 

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VRSC,
You should also post this info in the classified section!

Mike
 

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does this effect handling ???

This looks like something I'd be interested in doing -

Just wondering if shortening the rear shocks will noticeably effect a V Rod's handling ?

Would it be better to also lower the front of the bike, and if so, how would a guy do that ?

Thanks for any info,

EE
 

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VRSC

I sent you a pm.
 

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What condition are your shocks?
How many miles?
 

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Vinny, I just replied to your PM.
 

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Thought about lowering mine, but I have scraped one of the pegs without lowering! :(

I think that I will keep the stock height!

-Bry
 

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I decided to go the Progressive route because I was told the ride will be better, even with an inch lower. Damn, he was right. Maybe I didn't have my stock shocks on the right setting, but with the Progressives on the softest setting, the ride is smooooth, and I haven't bottomed out. Just my :2cents
 

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BikerTrash1130 said:
I decided to go the Progressive route because I was told the ride will be better, even with an inch lower. Damn, he was right. Maybe I didn't have my stock shocks on the right setting, but with the Progressives on the softest setting, the ride is smooooth, and I haven't bottomed out. Just my :2cents

which progressives did you buy? 440s?
 

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jcolodny said:
Cutting down shocks about 1 1/8"
MB Products
$69.00 (includes return shipping)

http://www.skullent.com/welcome_to_mb_products.htm

I haven't used them, but heard from somebody who did that is was a good way to go.


John
i just bought 1.5" lowering shocks for my vrod..what about the front shocks? Is it dangerous to ride with the "chopper effect" and can I just adjust the sliders down 1.5"? please email me with any response at [email protected]
 
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