Posted October 04, 2006 - 07:51 AM
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It's much cheaper to go to a suspension guy and have him add some shims. I had Tom Smith at Coppersmith Racing do mine. Adding 4 shims lowered the rear end by 1.25" and he also revalvled it for less than half the cost of the link.
I agree. It took me a while to find a small shop guy to do it for a reasonable price, but I got all the suspension work done, both ends, including disassembly of the bike, for $300. I was thinking about the link, but didn't want to risk bottoming out on fast fire roads or the occasional big jump that I shouldn't be doing at my age.
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