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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-25-2014, 07:08 AM Thread Starter
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Question lowering kit

Any info would be help full

Io ordered my front fat spoke wheel 21x3.5

now was looking at the lowering kit from race teck for touring bike

any one use this set-up

i am leaving the back stock size and in a few mts going with a smothie
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I'm not familiar with the kit..... does it lower the front, back, or both, have you considered monotubes for the front? They work great.

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How long would the dealer take to do the lowering kit $$
this is front only kit


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Different dealers will give you different time, I doubt if any will tell you under 4 hours, I did mine because the dealer wanted 8 hrs to do my front end, and 8 hrs to do my handlebars, that's 16hrs, at the time labor was $100 an hour, it's $125 now. Either way I wasn't going to pay without at least trying first. I ended up doing the monotubes and handlebars in about 10hrs total, and that's because I had to run to the store. If you have a manual and any tools with the ability to follow instructions, it's not hard to do. There are videos, and a lot of help here on this site if you want to attempt it.

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