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Lowering a TE510

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I did a search and came across an old thread that mentions a spacer to lower the bike.

Does anyone know where the spacer goes?

Is anyone making a lowering link for the 06 Husky?

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Wow, that sure is a lot of valuable suspension travel to give up, I'm only 5'8" and have little trouble jumping up/on, just have to get going quickly. I've grown accustomed to the extra height, especially in the pegs (e.g., not hitting rocks).

Be sure to ride the beast before you start modifying it...my rear spring continued to sag until about 25 solid hours of riding.

My 2c.

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"The spacers go inside the cartridge on the forks and inside the shock to limit how far they extend. Its easy enough to lower the bike 3 inches."

Dave, I have a 5'2" 98 lb and growing 14 year old that needs a bigger bike. At his current weight I'm thinking that the loss of travel might not hurt for awhile. He rides his brother te250 a little but he needs a stump or a flat landing strip for starts and stops :thumbsup: . Do to mind telling me how much it might cost $ to lose that 3" on a TE250.

Thanks

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