lowered rear suspension
Posted February 02, 2002 - 04:26 PM
Posted February 03, 2002 - 09:25 AM
Call Factory Connection and ask for Steve Fitch. He is a WR Guy! They lowered my bike and said it is fairly easy to raise it back to the stock height when I sell it. It probably just depends on who and how the previous owner had his work done.
Mine was done by changing the springs (rear shock and fork springs)and I believe shiming of some sort.
Their number is 603/335-7023.
Posted February 03, 2002 - 02:31 PM
It was nice meeting you on Saturday. Too bad there was too much snow to ride. Here's the name of the fellow up in Denver that my friend Ned and others I ride with like. I've not used him yet but will be going up in a week or two to have him re-charge my Ohlins shocks from one of my street bikes.
I still think your best bet is to contact the
original owner and find out exactly what he did. And, did he re-valve the forks as well?
Here's Ned's comments on Neil:
Anyway, I'm in no way affiliated with Neil- just a pleased customer. If you've got a shock that needs rebuilding or want to get it revalved, I think Neil could be your man. He charges $70 to rebuild (including oil and nitrogen) and $140
to rebuild and revalve. He offers free changes to the valving for 60 days as well.
4003 S. Grant Street
Englewood, CO 80110-4705