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You can purchase lowering links for the rear and slide the front shock tubes up in the tipple tree.
The lowering links will come with an installation diagram and to slide the shock tubes up simply loosen the 4 bolts (per tube) and slide them up until you reach the desired ride height.

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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