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Make sure to use red loctite on the bolts of the extensions. You're going to need a chain tool, to break the old and install the new chain. A flatjack can really help when lowering the bike. When you're doing the front make sure to measure each fork tube and raise them evenly. As for the rear, the middle setting on the links will probably be good if you still want to street ride and carry a passenger.
 

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Make sure to use red loctite on the bolts of the extensions. You're going to need a chain tool, to break the old and install the new chain. A flatjack can really help when lowering the bike. When you're doing the front make sure to measure each fork tube and raise them evenly. As for the rear, the middle setting on the links will probably be good if you still want to street ride and carry a passenger.
:iamwithst... but you will need to tighten your rear spring as well.. how much extension will you be adding???
 

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Extending 7" thanks for all the replies and info guys!
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...but I think an Admin had to move your original location of this thread started in a section normally reserved to ask MODs or Admins a question...please read the site rules/stickys if your going to stick around here awhile. :wink:

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now it's getting moved for the 2nd time...:badteeth:
 

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that a boy blu lol
actually gmanlove PMed me and apologized....no big deal he is new and knows now where to start Threads or at least learn where they should go.

:welcome: agian gmanlove

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