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Tiger 800 / 900 - Main Discussion Section => Suspension and Chassis Set-up and Mods => Topic started by: Pailton on September 07, 2017, 03:27:42 AM

Title: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Pailton on September 07, 2017, 03:27:42 AM
Hi Folks

 Whats peoples opinions on lowering bikes suspension? with dog bones and sliding the forks through the yolks.

You see the thing I struggle to get my head around  :087: is when a manufacturer invests millions in designing and producing a bike it is set up to operate at it's optimum level based on months and months of research. So if I then go and spend a few quid on a set of dog bones and stick them on the handling surely will deteriorate?

Am I right to be sceptical?

I suffer with the worlds shortest legs so when it comes to bikes my selection is always limited. Or am I missing out for no reason?

 :465: 
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on September 07, 2017, 05:17:58 AM
I lowered my bike and can't feel any difference except that I'm more confident now that I can plant both feet on terra firma. Unless you are a very aggressive rider I doubt that you'll feel any loss in the handling department. Give it a try, it's not that expensive.
As far as the R&D performed by the manufacturers, they try and find the optimum handling and dimensions for some arbitrary average person. None of us really fit that configuration perfectly. That's why people always make some adjustments after purchase. It's important that you feel comfortable on your bike even if you lose some perceived performance. :300:

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: RaglandT on September 07, 2017, 05:49:16 AM
Major downside besides increasing the odds of scrapping a peg is the reduced suspension travel and possibility of topping the wheel.  The 800 is designed with a lot of clearance and if you are only road riding you shouldn't have any problems.  I'd recommend that you approach heavily rutted or rocky trails with caution.  I lowered my xc by 15 mm - not much really but all I needed to compensate for putting on an R front wheel - and have had no issues.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Rtwo on September 07, 2017, 06:55:12 AM
I raised mine 25mm, the handling is improved.
Footpeg strikes aren't as common either, before raising it, they were far too frequent

Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Mav on September 07, 2017, 07:37:48 AM
I lowered my Tiger 955i. I didn't notice any difference in handling. The bike felt better to me, as my confidence was boosted being able to put both feet on the ground. The downside was putting the bike on the centre stand, it was a major effort. I would think the modern Tigger will be a little too upright on its side stand. So it might want shortening?
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: fac191 on September 07, 2017, 08:39:07 AM
Rule of thumb is drop the forks a 3rd of what you do the rear.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: roadtrip on September 07, 2017, 10:41:25 AM
I think some of Triumph's parameters are pretty arbitrary. How come they chose 100/90-19 for XR front tyre when most road going riders are better off with a radial 110/80R19? The answer I think is they targeted the more (slightly) off road use, either that or it was for appearance.

anyway you're better off setting the bike up for your parameters than the arbitrary average(?) rider. IMO of course!
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: rugby536 on September 07, 2017, 04:09:08 PM
Lowered mine 25mm and dropped the front by 8mm.  It may be psychological but i thought it handled better!!  I've had no issues.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Bikertone7 on September 07, 2017, 04:32:53 PM
Lowered mine I think by 20mm (can't really remember) using dogbones and bringing forks up through the yolks. Made a huge difference as I can also put both feet flat on the floor. Don't forget to put spacers behind the bottom side stand fitting. Only problem I have is that if I lean heavily into a corner I have to angle my toes upwards otherwise I can catch them on the road.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Pailton on September 08, 2017, 03:14:48 AM
Thanks for the feed back folks  :028: I guess that's answered that question.

 :031:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Botchitman on October 14, 2017, 06:34:36 PM
Obtained a set of used set of 40mm lust racing lowering links for 2011 800 roadie - anyone got the instructions that may give the measurement for lowering the front? - tried ringing them but they wouldn't help. :023:

Cheers

Keith
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Rtwo on October 14, 2017, 06:55:23 PM
Try 10mm down on the front
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: digger06 on March 07, 2018, 03:12:29 PM
when we are talking of lowering by say,40mm, are we talking 40mm at the rear, or 40mm seat height?

anyone actually worked out what say, a 5mm longer link actually lowers the bike by?
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Gasman on March 07, 2018, 06:13:57 PM
I lowered mine as others with dog bones and forks through by 10mm also at the same time had my suspension fettled with Andreani front and Nitron rear.
Conclusion beautifully handling bike but snapped my Achilles Tendon putting it on the centre stand. Resolution removed the stand and sold it so I can't try again.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on March 07, 2018, 06:53:00 PM
I changed my stock "dogbones" from 6" to 7" aprox 25 mm. that reduced the height at drag link from 20.5 cm to 16.25 cm. I don't believe that lowering 5 mm will even be noticed, why bother? :180:

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: digger06 on March 07, 2018, 08:32:03 PM
Im not :164: .im trying to work out the formula ,ie how much 25mm longer hole to hole links actually lowers the SEAT height.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: VROOM on March 08, 2018, 09:05:30 PM
Seem to remember when I measured stock and Lush Racing lowering links that a 1:3 ratio applies. So every 1mm drops the back 3mm. 5mm longer lowering links centre to centre drops it 15mm.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: digger06 on March 09, 2018, 08:18:17 PM
cheers,someone who reads the question right..... that's what I needed to know,
as im gonna make some myself (not for mine, but a lady friend of shorter stature )I didn't want to be rollin on the floor
in the cold measuring stuff, bit awkward as the bike would have to be chocked up to with the links off,

I might make some adjustables, certainly wont be using the soupy ones, they look poor
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: digger06 on March 09, 2018, 08:19:24 PM
*Originally Posted by Gasman [+]
I lowered mine as others with dog bones and forks through by 10mm also at the same time had my suspension fettled with Andreani front and Nitron rear.
Conclusion beautifully handling bike but snapped my Achilles Tendon putting it on the centre stand. Resolution removed the stand and sold it so I can't try again.

sell me the stand :001:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Robin Catbush on April 29, 2018, 01:51:23 PM
I've fitted lowering links from Lust Racing, drops the back end by forty mill, then dropped the forks through twenty mill, no bother at all and the stock side stand still works, just......
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: tipsies on January 31, 2020, 06:02:31 AM
The stock front fork drop is between 4-5 mm if you put the dogbones you mean to say drop it more by 10mm so thats 14-15mm in total from the top right?
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Abramsgunner on January 31, 2020, 10:15:26 PM
*Originally Posted by tipsies [+]
The stock front fork drop is between 4-5 mm if you put the dogbones you mean to say drop it more by 10mm so thats 14-15mm in total from the top right?

I recently purchased a '14 XC and the PO added lowering dogbones (pretty sure they are the 25 or 30mm kit) and choked up on the fork legs.   I'll have to measure but I'm sure there is about an inch of tube above the top triple.   Handles great and is stable as a rock up past 80mph  (about as fast as my old bones are willing to go).
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Remy on February 24, 2020, 12:34:24 PM
I've just ordered -30mm lowering dogbones to try and a question comes to my mind : do you leave the sag setting as stock or adjust it for the reduced suspension travel ? Should be 30% of 185mm (215-30) in my case on a '14 XC if I am right
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: tipsies on February 25, 2020, 05:58:52 AM
not sure if putting lowering links reduces suspension travel by any chance.. it does reduce GC and brings the wheel closer to the rear fender. although i have dialled in my preload to 3 rounds from fully in and it seems to be ok from the normal 4.5 rounds
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Remy on February 25, 2020, 06:22:27 AM
You are right it changes the leverage ratio and not the travel. Thanks
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Remy on March 07, 2020, 09:38:36 PM
So I did the mod, -30mm on the rear and dropped the front 10mm.

Just great, I'm much more confident and my side stand is still ok. Center stand is another story but ok if I put a piece of wood under the rear wheel.

I used these cheap linkages if you are interested

 https://www.bikefarmmv.com/epages/79512538.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/79512538/Products/%22HTLRTR%20Tiger%20800%20XC%22
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Paulhere on March 08, 2020, 07:50:03 AM
*Originally Posted by Remy [+]
So I did the mod, -30mm on the rear and dropped the front 10mm.

Just great, I'm much more confident and my side stand is still ok. Center stand is another story but ok if I put a piece of wood under the rear wheel.

I used these cheap linkages if you are interested

 https://www.bikefarmmv.com/epages/79512538.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/79512538/Products/%22HTLRTR%20Tiger%20800%20XC%22

Looking at their website, they do two types for the T8 they refer to as RAC or MOT, at a huge price difference, any idea of the mechanical difference in them?
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Remy on March 08, 2020, 07:54:41 AM
I think they are the same but you pay for the documents, RAC, as I ordered, comes alone, only with the bill.
As I understand MOT documents are needed in some countries.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Paulhere on March 08, 2020, 07:58:42 AM
*Originally Posted by Remy [+]
I think they are the same but you pay for the documents, RAC, as I ordered, comes alone, only with the bill.
As I understand MOT documents are needed in some countries.

Ok thanks for the info'. An extra 69euro for the document.  :005:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Stevie.P on March 08, 2020, 10:33:59 AM
*Originally Posted by Remy [+]
As I understand MOT documents are needed in some countries.

Probably to satisfy the likes of Germany where (I believe Derchef1962 has previously mentioned similar) they are so strict that any item change from factory has to be inspected and authorised. They would have a field day with the average Brit bike changes . tyres, accessories, modifications . :005: :008:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on March 09, 2020, 10:08:06 AM
Finally lowered the gaffers 800 roadie at the w/e & she can now touch the ground with comfort & seems happy. Used the Lust Racing 40mm drop kit. Lowered front by about 20-25mm.
Did not have to do any work on side stand as it still has enough lean not to blow over plus all the weight of the heed bars keep it weighted down !
Now to get the horn working. Heed bars have trapped it !!
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: tony-the-tiger on April 05, 2020, 02:33:25 AM
I've go quite a to-do going on difficult centerstand operation.  I'm wondering if raising the suspension will make any difference.  It is a real beast to get it there.  I'm considering larger tires too. 
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Newhorizons on April 05, 2020, 03:10:34 AM
Hey Tony, got bad news, I actually cut the bottom sections out of my centre stand after lowering. I had bought a scissor lift so I set the rear on a pive of wood then drilled my dog bones to suit.

Then bought some smaller tube and sleaved it into the stand down tubes, drilled the tubes every 10mm and fitted bolts so that it was adjustable. The lifter was awesome to do this.

I have now set it so that the rear tyre is only 'just' above the ground and that often depends on where it is parked and how much I have in my top box.

BUT its still a bit#h to put on the centre stand and if I have my touring gear and bag on the back its a double ## and the rear sits on the ground and the front is in the air !!

I even fitted a hand strap to the frame so that the lift point was more comfortable. ( i had removed the big handles from the back so needed something to grab)

So I have to take my touring gear/bag off or risk a hernia. Chain oiler  :152:

In the garage I often use a piece of wood, just roll the bike back and onto the stand at the same time. Still the best process. The weight distribution must be wrong somehow coz its just sooo heavy at the rear ??

I have thought of extending the leading arm that you put your foot on so that there is more leverage, maybe during the forced break at the moment I will try that.

Ps, one really good trick was playing around with washers on the bottom of the side stand to get a good standing angle. When touring I step over via the pegs and dump my bum on the seat to bring the bike upright rather than straining against the lean.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: tony-the-tiger on April 05, 2020, 01:42:42 PM
So it appears the best engineering minds at Triumph could not solve this problem.  They have to know about it,  its a universal complaint.  Hope they are reading this forum.   Off to the Home Depot for some ramp wood.  Would be interesting to know why some Tigers, what year models don't have the problem.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Dirtbag on April 14, 2020, 07:55:30 PM
I had seen posted a while back that the cheap china dog bones are junk on some m/c site that it is best to buy the 100 $ euro ones ? I bought the cheap china ones on ebay ( OMG they are solid stainless steel and have three hole settings 30$ they work great) . I used the lowest setting and it dropped about 1 inch , the stock ones I pulled off are regular steel painted black . there are many types for 30 - 300 I like the ones with the adjustable nuts but they are costly ,lust racing has some nice ones ,  these are nice with 3 holes for different settings under 30$
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 01, 2021, 03:54:53 PM
Lowered the back by 30 mm LUST racing dogbones, now I want to lower the front forks by 10 mm.

Is it just a question of loosening the 4 allen bolts and lowering the fork 10 mil and retightening? Is there not an amount of NM / PSI to tighten up the allen bolts?

Also do them one at a time is suggested by LUST.

Not scared of having a go, just don`t want to balls it up!!

Any tips & tricks are always welcome, thanks all.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Bikertone7 on April 01, 2021, 05:07:40 PM
Yep dead easy no problem one at a time, just support the bike with a trolley jack or the centre stand think the torque is 20nm. If lowering by 30mm I would probably lower the forks by 20mm. See what others think.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 01, 2021, 05:23:56 PM
*Originally Posted by Bikertone7 [+]
Yep dead easy no problem one at a time, just support the bike with a trolley jack or the centre stand think the torque is 20nm. If lowering by 30mm I would probably lower the forks by 20mm. See what others think.

Cheers m8, I read an earlier comment from another bloke who said 1/3 from what the bike is lowered, so I thought thats a piece of wee wee, 30 mil lowered, thats 10 mil for the front forks. But will wait and see what others say.

Torque is pretty important glad you said 20nm, gives me a guidelind.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: samsgrandad on April 01, 2021, 11:18:21 PM
Yes I can confirm that the torque for the fork pinch bolts is 20nm as shown in the Haynes manual.
Personally I would lower the front by more than 10mm if you have lowered the rear by 30mm, you will find that there is a limit to how much you can raise the forks up through the clamps as the diameter of the fork tubes narrows below the lower clamp and you cannot raise the narrower section up into the lower clamps and tighten them.
I would suggest that you try about 20mm on the front and see how that feels, you can always fine tune it by a few mm either way.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Bikertone7 on April 03, 2021, 01:04:29 PM
Forgot to mention after lowering the bike turn your toes up when going into a corner!!  :002:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 03, 2021, 05:00:27 PM
Steve, what are you doing about the side stand?

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 03, 2021, 05:11:33 PM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
Steve, what are you doing about the side stand?

Chico

Lowered the arse end by 30mm and the front forks 15mm, put it on the side stand and alles was good, no problems of being too erect or straight, only have to use a tad more muscle when using centre stand............good for a bit of sport  :001:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 03, 2021, 05:16:28 PM
*Originally Posted by SteveTT800XRT [+]
Lowered the arse end by 30mm and the front forks 15mm, put it on the side stand and alles was good, no problems of being too erect or straight, only have to use a tad more muscle when using centre stand............good for a bit of sport  :001:

That's surprising. I lowered mine by about the same as you did and had to get a different side stand.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 03, 2021, 05:18:04 PM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
That's surprising. I lowered mine by about the same as you did and had to get a different side stand.

Chico

If I have time tomorrow I`ll take a piccie for you and post it here
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 03, 2021, 05:21:46 PM
Thanks, have a good evening.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 03, 2021, 05:23:04 PM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
Thanks, have a good evening.

Chico

You too, not to much chocolate tonight :001:
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 03, 2021, 05:24:45 PM
Only if it comes out of a bottle! :031:

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Bikertone7 on April 03, 2021, 08:21:37 PM
Re side stand if you loosen the bottom bolt and pack with a couple of washers it pushes the stand out enough. (someone else's tip from this forum). I've never had a problem.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 04, 2021, 05:07:20 AM
I tried the washer idea, didn't really change enough. I purchased the bracket for the "low" version and that is the ticket. Good angle, sturdy and looks tidy.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: ZShyster on April 04, 2021, 02:25:13 PM
Chico,

Can you share the part numbers for the lower side stand parts and maybe a picture?

Thanks
ZShyster
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 04, 2021, 03:06:04 PM
*Originally Posted by ZShyster [+]
Chico,

Can you share the part numbers for the lower side stand parts and maybe a picture?

Thanks
ZShyster

Here it is: T2085900
List price $91.97
Picture to follow. The only difference is the angle of the part where the side stand is attached, it's slightly more acute.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 04, 2021, 07:07:53 PM
Here is a pic Shyster. I don't think it helps much but you requested so here it is.

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=i.imgur.com/JtS3ZfZl.jpg) (https://imgur.com/JtS3ZfZ)

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: ZShyster on April 05, 2021, 03:07:11 PM
Chico,

 :031:  Thank you

Ride Safe,

ZShyster
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 06, 2021, 09:28:41 AM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
I tried the washer idea, didn't really change enough. I purchased the bracket for the "low" version and that is the ticket. Good angle, sturdy and looks tidy.

Chico

Hi Chico

Have you got any pics of yours with the washers ?
 :440:
thanks

a
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 06, 2021, 03:48:55 PM
*Originally Posted by Flyingbanana [+]
Hi Chico

Have you got any pics of yours with the washers ?
 :440:
thanks

a

FG, I didn't take any pics with the washers since I didn't like the outcome., sorry.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 07, 2021, 06:10:59 AM
Follow-up pics: the first shows the angle of tilt. The second shows the "foot" not bearing completely on the ground, sitting on the "heel".

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=i.imgur.com/NzUjQfYl.jpg) (https://imgur.com/NzUjQfY)
(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=i.imgur.com/NNkEaygl.jpg) (https://imgur.com/NNkEayg)

Chico

Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 07, 2021, 08:55:38 AM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
Follow-up pics: the first shows the angle of tilt. The second shows the "foot" not bearing completely on the ground, sitting on the "heel".

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=i.imgur.com/NzUjQfYl.jpg) (https://imgur.com/NzUjQfY)
(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=i.imgur.com/NNkEaygl.jpg) (https://imgur.com/NNkEayg)

Chico

Hey Chico thanks for the pics. I guess the bike sits ok on the heel of stand . Do you have pics of where you put the washers on the stand connection

thanks

alan
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 07, 2021, 11:24:54 AM
I'm not understanding your question Alan.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 07, 2021, 12:17:35 PM
*Originally Posted by chico [+]
I'm not understanding your question Alan.

Chico
Hi Chico , i was lead to believe that riders who had lowered there suspension were putting washers on the side stand where it bolts onto the frame to allow the bike more lean when side stand deployed.

I may be completely wrong  :027:

alan
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 07, 2021, 02:46:22 PM
*Originally Posted by Flyingbanana [+]
Hi Chico , i was lead to believe that riders who had lowered there suspension were putting washers on the side stand where it bolts onto the frame to allow the bike more lean when side stand deployed.

I may be completely wrong  :027:

alan

Lowered my 800XRT by 30 mil at the arse end and the front forks by about 15 mil, side stand is unchanged and is flat on the ground, when this shitty weather has passed us by, I`ll take a piccie.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Paulhere on April 07, 2021, 03:01:14 PM
I lowered mine 25mm back & 15mm front, bike was stood too upright, I filed a midges off the stop on the sidestand. Fine now.
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: ZShyster on April 07, 2021, 03:18:58 PM
Has anyone had the opportunity to compare the side stand for the standard height with the side stand for the Low Ride height (T2088061 vs T2088062)?

I would be curious as to the difference.  I installed a Low Ride height side stand on my 2015 Explorer 1200 when I lowered it 40mm and actually had to put a 1/4 inch plate under the side stand to make it work as it was too short.  I was just wondering if anyone has compared these two.

Thanks
ZShyster
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: chico on April 08, 2021, 02:45:11 AM
*Originally Posted by Flyingbanana [+]
Hi Chico , i was lead to believe that riders who had lowered there suspension were putting washers on the side stand where it bolts onto the frame to allow the bike more lean when side stand deployed.

I may be completely wrong  :027:

alan

Hi Alan, I guess you missed my post which stated that I tried the washer "trick" but wasn't comfortable with it. That's why I opted to purchase the bracket for the short version of the Tiger XRX.

Chico
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 08, 2021, 12:29:42 PM
*Originally Posted by SteveTT800XRT [+]
Lowered my 800XRT by 30 mil at the arse end and the front forks by about 15 mil, side stand is unchanged and is flat on the ground, when this shitty weather has passed us by, I`ll take a piccie.

Got ya. Thanks. Sorry to be a pain... :430:
Looks like nice weather wherever you are not like UK ...
alan
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: SteveTT800XRT on April 08, 2021, 01:52:35 PM
As promised, the ol`current bun showed its face after 3 a 4 days snow, wind, hail and rain.

(https://photos-cdn.tiger800.co.uk/20210408_133638.jpg)

(https://photos-cdn.tiger800.co.uk/20210408_133701.jpg)

(https://photos-cdn.tiger800.co.uk/20210408_133747.jpg)
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 09, 2021, 12:54:42 PM
*Originally Posted by Paulhere [+]
I lowered mine 25mm back & 15mm front, bike was stood too upright, I filed a midges off the stop on the sidestand. Fine now.

Hi Paul
when you say off the 'stop' , what would you mean by the stop. Sorry if this sounds silly question

alan
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Paulhere on April 09, 2021, 02:17:35 PM
*Originally Posted by Flyingbanana [+]
Hi Paul
when you say off the 'stop' , what would you mean by the stop. Sorry if this sounds silly question

alan

It doesn't need much, just file a bit & try it. Worked ok for me.

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.imgur.com/QU0GYCn.jpg)
Title: Re: Lowering Suspension
Post by: Flyingbanana on April 09, 2021, 02:27:02 PM
*Originally Posted by Paulhere [+]
It doesn't need much, just file a bit & try it. Worked ok for me.

(https://images.weserv.nl/?url=ssl:i.imgur.com/QU0GYCn.jpg)

Got ya. I will give it a go this w/e if the weather is kind to us in the S.East