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post #1 of 28 Old 10-25-2009, 04:43 AM Thread Starter
 
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anyone know where i can find lowering suspenion

anyone know where i can find lowering suspenion, I want to lower my 700 but not sure where to find good products any help??
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How low are you looking to go and what are you trying to achieve? Please don't take those questions as judgmental, I'd just like the members to give you the best information.



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I just tried a search with Yahoo.com and entered the search "honda atv lowering kits" and they came back with several hits.

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The fronts are easy , The rears are more difficult ! How much do you want to lower the quad . Less than 7" is supermoto , which is a whole new ball game.

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I don't think there are any kits available but it may not be to hard or expensive to get a set of lowering springs made. Just contact a shock company and I'm sre if you send them your stock ones they can make some to replace them

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thanks guys im looking to go supermotos status with still having the option of using the coilover adjustment for different terrain. It will prob. have the same problem as a car when lowered and have negative camber on the tires but im not worried i can fab. something up for that. I love the 700 but just find it a bit to high id like a lower wider stance
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Simplest way would be shorter springs ,Better way would be shorter shocks.

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just get shorther shocks.... how much lower are you looking to go? inch wise...
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just get shorther shocks.... how much lower are you looking to go? inch wise...
Where would he look to get shorter shocks? Springs would be the easiest and cheapest way to go unless he's looking to go big. Whats your budget like TBagger?

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yea springs would probably be easier and cheaper... shorter shocks can be found anywhere... there's different lengths for different applications...

if you'd like, give this a shot, they usually have some good deals
http://www.exriders.com/vbb/forumdis...?s=&forumid=86
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