Look at these droplinks

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My Hima is fitted with Cooperb fork extensions, they are 2 inch extensions that screw into each fork post and gives me more ground clearance, been looking for the same but at the rear, look at these, they can ship them from Colombia worldwide via DHL. $127 to Costa Rica. 6 cm rise.

 

Precio: COP $ 316,000​

4,673 Colombian Pesos = 1 US$ so 67 US$ - is that the price without shipping or for one piece?

Interesting design, turn them around and have a different hight.
 

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Precio: COP $ 316,000​

4,673 Colombian Pesos = 1 US$ so 67 US$ - is that the price without shipping or for one piece?

Interesting design, turn them around and have a different hight.
Unfortunately they have no more detailed photos, only from item installed. But yes 67 dollars total for the pair.

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Have you got Long Legs:unsure:
The Side stand will not be too long anyhow :ROFLMAO:
 
I will buy 3 sizes up boots haha no sidestand for me, got lost long ago.

Droplinks purchased. Show you when they arrive.
 
Yes, tippitoe. Case you are wondering.

Still a performance tractor, just taller :geek:
 

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Dool found these in AUS ebay: also a very good deal IMO:

 
As with all lowering links: the riding feel changes a lot. I did not like it. I had them on for a while (4cm drop) but took them off because the side stand touched when I was going through troves and also touched when I did a left steep turn.
Instead I suggest a lower seat (our saddle seat is 2-3cm lower) or higher heels on the boots.
 
High Heels !

I forget my inseam and height but know that the saddle style seat means my legs are too short to both be flat on the Ground and that is a Pre Requisite of mine, I like it with 20mm drop although my centre stand got the chop
 
Biggest job is making the Centre stand to fit but as it reduces the Cornering I have just left it off.
There is a weight saving as well ;)
 
I have tested the tall ones on offroad trips and they have not broken, although substantially less volume of material in them. Had to take down center stand because bit now was just too tall for it. Agree on the weight saving. I even crossed the river I had made the snorkel for and this time I did not drown :p
 
Just not Drowning is an achievement in my Book :cool:
 
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