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So far starting in December, this is what I'm thinking about doing. I was thinking about a Springer front end, but honestly I doubt my body could take it. And to do it right would be about 2500.00 or so.


I'm looking into the following:
Progressive Suspension Standard Rate 422 Series Shocks with RAP | 162-245 | J&P Cycles
Progressive Suspension Softail Lowering Kit | 701-536 | J&P Cycles
Progressive Suspension Drop-In Front Fork Lowering System | 231-543 | J&P Cycles

When I was reading the instructions for the front end lowering kit (last link), they recommend that you lower the back as well (middle link). What I'm wondering is if I have the right part for lowering the back, and is it really necessary?
 

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My project for this winter is a new 40'x30' garage to keep the RV, bikes, and trailers in. Right now the RV and trailers stay outside and bikes are in a bay in the wood shop. In the summer I roll them outside the shop if I'm cutting or sanding anything but way too much sawdust to keep the bikes in there in the winter.
 

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When I was reading the instructions for the front end lowering kit (last link), they recommend that you lower the back as well (middle link). What I'm wondering is if I have the right part for lowering the back, and is it really necessary?[/QUOTE]

the RAP system says it's adjustable down 1.5"....you can now buy me a beer with the $$ I just saved ya! LOL!!
 

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....but , since you got everyone thinking about their winter projects..... just got a set of brand new jugs off egay to send out to Scott to have bored out to 98". gonna put a new gear drive cam in to go with it. might get some heads if the $$ is still there
 
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