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just curious, does anyone make lowering links for the vn2000 or is there a way to lower the back end of these bikes. The a$$ end looks way higher/bigger than I like, kinda like some of the women I see at the health club!
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just curious, does anyone make lowering links for the vn2000 or is there a way to lower the back end of these bikes. The a$$ end looks way higher/bigger than I like, kinda like some of the women I see at the health club!
Even Britt Customs Though I think they've been out of stock now for over 1/2 year.
Make your own. I few of us have.
You can drop the rear down from 1 1/2" to 2".
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Hey Paul do yiou have the dimensions (blue print) of the lowering links you made? Could you send them to me!
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Even Britt Customs Though I think they've been out of stock now for over 1/2 year.
Make your own. I few of us have.
You can drop the rear down from 1 1/2" to 2".
Hey Paul need your op...did you have to make any mods to your Mustang seat after lowering the rear? Also, did you lower front too? How do you like it now compared to stock? I'm lookin at lowering mine as well. Ponch posted some great pics of the homemade kit. Yours similar?

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Hey Paul need your op...did you have to make any mods to your Mustang seat after lowering the rear? Also, did you lower front too? How do you like it now compared to stock? I'm lookin at lowering mine as well. Ponch posted some great pics of the homemade kit. Yours similar?
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just curious, does anyone make lowering links for the vn2000 or is there a way to lower the back end of these bikes. The a$$ end looks way higher/bigger than I like, kinda like some of the women I see at the health club!
Mate I wouldn't complain if some a$$ at the health club are looking higher - I'd grab it with both hands and shake it with pleasure
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PM"D you on the lowering
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