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  1. #1
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    Highway Hawk Lowering Kit C50

    Has anyone used HIGHWAY HAWK LOWERING KIT VL800 C50 #18921? It's advertised to lower the rear 1.5" just the amount I want to lower mine. I have a 2006 C50C. Let me know what you think.
    http://www.highwayhawk.com/x_pfiles/473-0080.pdf
    Last edited by Bobt; 04-20-2008 at 01:12 AM.

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    used www.johnskits.com instead by advise form other post. great forum.

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    Bob...how'd you like johnskits? How tall are you and how much did you lower. I'm debating on getting maybe a 2.5 from him.

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    M-J Master Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobt View Post
    Has anyone used HIGHWAY HAWK LOWERING KIT VL800 C50 #18921? It's advertised to lower the rear 1.5" just the amount I want to lower mine. I have a 2006 C50C. Let me know what you think.
    http://www.highwayhawk.com/x_pfiles/473-0080.pdf
    That looks like it would be a real PIA to install although I think it's cool anytime a company offers something new for our bikes. My vote is still John's kit. Got the 3" on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooter View Post
    Bob...how'd you like johnskits? How tall are you and how much did you lower. I'm debating on getting maybe a 2.5 from him.
    Johnskit is very easy to install, did it by myself took less than 1.5 hrs.
    I'm 5'8" (& 1/2" ha-ha) I sat flat footed before 2" lowering but feels much more stable now & looks cool. I adjusted shock up one notch. Donít notice difference in ride...still smooth. I will give my big mama her first ride on bike this weekend all 125 lbs. I donít expect any problems. You should have no problems lowering yours 2.5". Good luck. I do recommend Johnskit!! price is right, instructions are right.


 

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