Join Date: Oct 2016
Location: Wiener Neudorf, Austria
By the fact I've to lower my AT (I'm "only" 162 in hight but, that's not the main problem from my point of view. The main reason is: Also the passenger seat is very high and it's not really comfortable to get on and off if you are less then 170 cm) I'd like to join this threat too.
@wytco: Metisse in Germany offer the same/a similar product. I was talking to them last week and was told this part just take more tenssion from the spring. This means, if you sit on the bike it will go down a little bit more than normal. Unloaded the AT will have the same hight as within standard configuration. In addition you have to stick the fork through (which I don't like).
I'm planning to do the lowering using componets made by Wilbers. Front: Other - progressive - springs, redution bushings and zero friction oil. Rear: New - shorter - shock absober.
This brings me to my next question: Has anybody done a lowering by using such Wilbers parts I've explained above?
Last edited by kari4711; 10-27-2016 at 12:30 AM.