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Lowering a TTR125LE? AdvicePlease!

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Does anyone make a lowereing link for a TTR125LE? Kouba link doesn't. Help? I just need to do it temporarily for my son till he grows a couple of inches.

Ideas? THANKS!!!

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how new is it??? i bought an 04 about 4-5 months ago and after the suspension settled the seat height got a bit lower. but other than that i dunno. 😢

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Hello,

I bought 2 last year for my girls. The TTR125LEs were a bit too tall for them as beginners especially for my youngest. I paid $100 for a TTR125 small wheel rear tire, wheel and hub on ebay. It went right on the LE with no problem. The front wheel is different as it has a disc brake. I raised the forks in the triple clamp as far as possible. Also I trimmed down the seat on the TTR with the smaller wheel. They both learned to ride on the small bike and now my oldest rides the stock LE. My youngest is doing great on the hybrid and when she gets bigger I will put the original LE wheel back on and lower the forks. This has worked great as I didn't want to buy the smaller TTR125s and have them outgrow them quickly. The LE has the front disc brake and adjustable suspension which I wanted them to have. Good luck!

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just but a spanner wrench and lower it yourslef, the rear spring, it attaches to a 1/3 socket

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SRHfmx, You lost me there buddy. One more time. Please. Thanks to all who have responded to my query!!

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they make a tool called a "spaner wrench" it attaches to a socket wrench. you can buy it at your local motorcycle shop. just take off you side plates and twist the shock until it lowers or softens as I like to call it the suspention.

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