Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Fair Oaks, Caliphornia
I second that. I've slightly dragged my floorboards about a half dozen times now. As stated, I took it as advice from my bike to ease up just a bit or use a little more body and a little less bike through the turn, but then I'm not an expert rider by any means. Cruisers are not hot rods or sport bikes. I'm sure most experienced riders can tke it a bit further than the pegs/boards allow and I can understand wanting to do that... to a point!!! Different bikes render different styles of riding and even the tire on the front makes a differance. To the initial question, I've seen lots of lowering kits, but none with any sort of lift linkage for the rear (and I can't imagine wanting to do it just the same). A longer fork would raise it, but then the rake and steering effeciency comes into play. At any rate, good luck with that.
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