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Lowering bike rear kit

Can anyone tell me if there is a rear lowering kit for a 2006 Road King (FLHRCI) with hard leather bags? Can't seem to get a good answer on the net.

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There is a kit ...try V-twin...or type lowering kits...I saw it..its a bracket you bolt on,,and than bolt the bottom of the shock to it..drops ya about 2..3 inches...or let the air out ..take a measurement and buy shorter shocks....I had 10 inch shocks on but they don't compress because you changed the shock angle...rode like a hardtail..it was cool when I was 30..

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SOURCE: install a baron bullet tachometer on 2003 FLHRCI

remove big 1/2" nut below speedo, and + screw lower on tank dash, then lift intire dash and youre their. dose this help?

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Goes right in. Except be sure to check front fender light bolt. Had to cut many before.

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Hi Cammy, I hope you are following the instructions in the Owners Manual?  The steps are as follows: 1. Turn IGN on. 2. Press and hold keyfob until the turn signals flash 3 times 3. Turn IGN off 4. Press and hold keyfob until turn signals flash 3 times again.  Red seurity light will be flashing on and off.  Alarm will be set but motion detection will be deactivated.

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