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The links to lower your bike must be purchased first, either from your dealer or aftermarket parts place. They will come w/instructions...There is no adjustment on your bike to lower it. If i have misunderstood your complaint because it is very short, and you alrady have the links and no instructions they replace the links under your seat and in front of your rear tire. They are shorter but do the same job. Take old ones off one at a time and replace w/new shorter ones..Good Luck to you friend....Tim

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