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Need to lower ttr125le, any thoughts?

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My wifes ttr125le now goes to my son but it is too tall for him. He is not great on a bike and can't touch the ground on it. Because of the lead law (stupid) and the fact that I own the 125 already seems to me its a no-brainer to keep it for him.

Any thoughts or ideas on a lowering kit for the suspension?

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I have adjusted the preload to the lowest setting on the shock and the forks can't go any lower or they will hit the handlebars.

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I beleive there is a company that makes a link for the rear suspension to lower the rear. However, the easiest thing to do is to just trim the seat. That's what I did on my son's KLX110.

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I beleive there is a company that makes a link for the rear suspension to lower the rear. However, the easiest thing to do is to just trim the seat. That's what I did on my son's KLX110.

May do that, also some lower bars.....I guess it's easy enough to purchase a new seat once he grows a little.

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As far as I know there is not a lowering link or rocker available for the TTR125LE.

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There is not a lowering link for these bikes, I have also searched.

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Hmmm. I'll try to think of something. Hate to buy another bike when this one is not being used by my wife.

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What do people think of these ideas.

- Lace up a set of smaller rims.

- Could you just cut the springs off several inches. It would look more like a dirt track bike, but at least it would be rideable for him.

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It would probley be easy to trade your rims and swing arm to someone who wants the taller bike and for that person to trade you the smaller set up. A win win

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I think the easy fix is purchasing a smaller bike then selling it when he grows out of it. That's what i'm going to do. Because of the lead law Craig's list here I come!

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