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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 02-22-2012, 10:21 PM
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Yes I still have the 4" kits. You can send the money through PayPal to my email address jlallchin@windstream.net Let me know what you want and where to send it.

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Still have some? I'll take a set. Paypal on it's way.

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I have sold 3 kits and still have 2 left.

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I've got the 3, but riding 2-up, I have bottomed out, usually over a speed bump or sumpin. I'd be cool but also account for drivers and passenger weight. I'm 230, wife 130 pounds.

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There is a couple pictures of what it looks like after the 4" lowering bones are installed. You will need to watch the cornering on the right side though. With my big pipes they scrap. Already done it a few times not remember I can't lean and cut as I did before. But I love the look and feel of the ride. I don't have a 2 up picture because I have torn apart my bike already for some custom fenders and stuff I am doing. But with my wife on the back (130lbs) it only sags down another 1/4 inch if that. Just stiffen up your shock a little to accommodate 2up.

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I've got the 3, but riding 2-up, I have bottomed out, usually over a speed bump or sumpin. I'd be cool but also account for drivers and passenger weight. I'm 230, wife 130 pounds.
My wife and I are the same size as you and yours. Stiffen up your shock and you wont have that big of an issue. And take it slow. The 4 inch isn't bad at all.

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Do u no were I could get a lowering kit for a c109r/t


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That's great to have a 4" kit. I'm sure you could just drill an extra hole and you can adjust it from 3"-4" when you want. I ride mine low, and wish I was loer. Sign me up if there are any more.
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did they all sell?
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1+ on that I'm in if ya still got one
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Let me see if the machine shop has any more. They are closed until the 2nd. (Wednesday)

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