How Much Is My Bike Lowered?

s.ga.rider

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Apparently my bike was lowered by the previous owner. Can anyone tell me how much this link lowers the bike in its current setting. I was wanting to raise it back to stock height is it isnt too much trouble.
 

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shanered6

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All you need to do is find out the standard seat hight then mesure your seat hight now , that should tell you the differance .
I see they have fitted adjustable links so you should be able to get it back to standard hight without to much trouble .
 

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Apparently my bike was lowered by the previous owner. Can anyone tell me how much this link lowers the bike in its current setting. I was wanting to raise it back to stock height is it isnt too much trouble.
Don't forget that in the process of lowering the bike, the previous owner most likely adjusted the front forks and probably had to either modify the side stand and center stand or install new ones.
 

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Apparently my bike was lowered by the previous owner. Can anyone tell me how much this link lowers the bike in its current setting. I was wanting to raise it back to stock height is it isnt too much trouble.
These links are adjustable made by a company called Soupsys just make sure you adjust both to the length before they are set at their lowest setting at the moment by looking at the photos
 

goody

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These links are adjustable made by a company called Soupsys just make sure you adjust both to the length before they are set at their lowest setting at the moment by looking at the photos
Take a measurement from a fixed point and check as you adjust them to raise the bike
 
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