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I have a suzuki 125 that needs to be lowered.

I have a 14 year old son who is to short for his bike.

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You can't do much to lower the bike. The expense involved to lower the bike would be about the same as buying a used, smaller bike. If he is close to tall enough you may be able to take the seat and have it made narrower, that will make it a bit easier to reach the ground. If you have your heart set on lowering this bike, look for either a shorter rear shock absorber or a lowering link.

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