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Fully Adjustable Lowering Links for Front and Rear Suspension
Lowering sport bikes is our forte. We specialize in getting you the most innovative performance lowering link kit. Some lowering links and made of 6061 aluminum with a two, three and four inch increments. But today we have a quality turnbuckle designed that is fully adjustable to raise or lower by a turnbuckle and left and right handed hein joints. All lowering links are design from stock height down to a 5 inch drop. Our lowering kits come in triple chrome, polished, cold rolled steel, aluminum flat, and stainless steel.
Sportbike Adjustable Lowering Links:
Lower your motorcycle from a 1"-2"-3"-4"-5" drop. All our links can be used on motorcycles for customizing, racing and your daily grind on the streets. Most other makers of lowering links use 6061 T-6 aluminum and have proven to crack or break, for that reason. We CNC from 7075 T-6 Billet aluminum. This type of aluminum is the strongest available on the market today, providing the greatest amount of safety and protection for the rider. We carry a large selection of links from a solid (dog bone) link or a fully adjustable(turnbuckle) style lowering link that replaces your OEM links to allow you to slam your steetbike to your desired riding height.
You can choose from finishes as polished, chrome, anodized black and gun metal finish.
How To Install Lowering Links:
Lift your motorcycle's rear wheel off of the ground, using a swing arm stand.
Slide a hydraulic jack beneath the sport bike and center it below the rear shock absorber. Raise the jack to lift the shock absorber slightly, relieving the pressure on the shock absorber and its OEM link. Unscrew the nut from the shock absorber side of the links. Pull the bolt out from the suspension link to free the shock absorber. Remove the linkage bolt and nut from the swingarm end of the link. Install the new fully adjustable lowering link onto the rear shock absorber first. Place the link around the shock absorber and slide the stock bolt through the link and shock absorber to the desired ride height or if you’re using turnbuckle style you can adjust ride height any time you want. Screw the nut onto the link bolt loosely. Raise the jack as needed to align the swingarm. Slide the link bolt through the new suspension link and the swingarm. Completely Tighten the nuts onto the link bolts and now. Lower the street bike rear wheel to the ground.
Lowering the Front Fork.
Loosen the upper and lower fork clamps' pinch bolts.
Grasp the upper fork legs and lift the fork up into the fork clamp. Stop when the upper fork leg extends a half inch above the upper fork clamp. Tighten the pinch bolts on the upper fork clamps. Check that both upper fork legs are evenly extended above the fork clamp. Loosen the upper fork clamp pinch bolts, and adjust the fork height as needed and tighten all fork clamp pinch bolts now. Lower the front wheel to the ground. Done!