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Corbin should make the aftermarket seat for your bike. You can reach them on line at www.corbin.com. Hope this helped..

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Want to lower the seat height.

best go with a lowering link to drop the rear end a little. there is not much seat there in the first place for anyone to make a thinner one, other than getting a race use seat unit. http://www.mpsracing.com/products/Spencer/Links.asp

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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SOURCE: seat height seems high according to specs ; vtx1100c2 2004

you could try a little bit smaller rear tire. cheaper than the shocks maybe

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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SOURCE: i would like to lower the seat height on my Ducati 996

You can wind down the arse end of the bike through the rear shocky of the bike.It has an adjustable spring for ride height and preload.Your toolkit would have come with a tool to do this and it is quiet easy to do.When you do this,it will affect the handling of the bike so be gentle in the adjustments and not do too much at one time.The bike has a really good balance for most riders straight out of the box,and being a sports bike,it can't be dropped to far.Hope this helps

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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SOURCE: can i lower the seat height of my 2006 roadliner?

best way is to take your cover off your seat and shave it down about 2-3 inches...then put some memory foam in it and recover...its more comfortable and it will lower your seat height.

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Only two ways you can acheive this. the first is to have your rear suspension modified, or lowered by about an inch should do it. This job would most likely have to be done at a mechanics shop. But is possible.
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Can i lower the seat height of my 2006 roadliner?


best way is to take your cover off your seat and shave it down about 2-3 inches...then put some memory foam in it and recover...its more comfortable and it will lower your seat height.

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What needs to be done to adjust seat height


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buddy specs height is standard if you feel ok with the riding conditions as it is leave it i adjusted mine from stock no problems at all its your choice buddy it wont make a blind bit off difference

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Seat height seems high according to specs ; vtx1100c2 2004


you could try a little bit smaller rear tire. cheaper than the shocks maybe

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Want to lower the seat height.


best go with a lowering link to drop the rear end a little. there is not much seat there in the first place for anyone to make a thinner one, other than getting a race use seat unit. http://www.mpsracing.com/products/Spencer/Links.asp

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After market seat


Corbin should make the aftermarket seat for your bike. You can reach them on line at www.corbin.com. Hope this helped..

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