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Old 08-08-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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how to lift the front of zx69

i had it lowered a few inches sometime back. i want to lift it back up, i know the rear was lowered because i can see the links, but the front i cant tell, if it was lowered and not just leveled how can i tell and how would i lift the front back up..
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How much of the fork tube is above the top triple tree? Shouldn't be more than 10 mm showing.
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in comparison to a new bike it is the same amount of fork poking out of the triple tree just abot 10
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it does look obvious that it hasnt been lowered but it looks like if i lift the rear to stock height that it will look too high in the back
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If you can swing it by Tuesday amd I'll check it out, no charge.
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if it dont look right when i lift the rear i will do that thanx
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Remember to adjust the chain, headlight aim after raising the rear.


Always recommend balancing the suspension for the rider by getting the suspension adjustment... oh wait! Motorcycles Unlimited offers that to MHers too!!!
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