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Tired the search but it leaves out "F2" because its to common.

Exactly how difficult is it to slightly lower the front end on a 93 F2?
In the same vein, is it better to lower the front or raise the back?

Not looking for anything more than a more forward position when riding. As of right now I always find myself scooting closer to the tank, and I like the way the bike feels when I am closer to the front.

Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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just loosen the triple tree clamps and slide the forks up a little bit at a time, make sure both sides are even. then tighten the bolt back up.
 

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jluu6r said:
just loosen the triple tree clamps and slide the forks up a little bit at a time, make sure both sides are even. then tighten the bolt back up.
X2, 15 minuites. Raising the rear is much more involved, requiring either a longer shock, or custom dogbones.

Don't drop more than 15mm. Go in small increments. The steering will get MUCH quicker in a hurry. If something doesn't feel right, back up 5mm and try again.

Get wrenchin',
 
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