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Lowering the front schock of a Cbr 929rr

Ok so today i lowered my Cbr 929rr from the back 2inch n went to lower the front 2 inch but while I was lowering it like a ring came out the handle bar and put it back but when I thight in the handle bar is still stay kinda loose so I really don't kno were that ring goes and I'm also wondering if I can lowerd it 2 inch from the front INEED HELP
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Re: Lowering the front schock of a Cbr 929rr

If its the c clip that sits around the fork leg in a grove under the top yoke you mean of it will be loose cos you've lowerd the front covering the grove in the fork leg. I might be wrong not really knowing what ring you mean of.
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Re: Lowering the front schock of a Cbr 929rr

I have a 01 cbr 929 I'm trying to lower cause I extended the rear 9 inches I bought an adjustable lower link for the rear , when I put it on my shock sits right on top of the lowering link need help
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Re: Lowering the front schock of a Cbr 929rr

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I have a 01 cbr 929 I'm trying to lower cause I extended the rear 9 inches I bought an adjustable lower link for the rear , when I put it on my shock sits right on top of the lowering link need help
Did you rotate the triangle side plates forward one hole? This should gain you a little more clearance between the bottom of the shock and the lowering link. I had to do this when I stretched and lowered my 954.

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Re: Lowering the front schock of a Cbr 929rr

I'll try that thanks for the quick response
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