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|03-11-2018 07:10 AM|
|03-11-2018 06:58 AM|
|02-23-2018 05:03 AM|
Sorry for the delay in answering. Been working a lot.
I have thought about lowering it but I lowered my friends triumph four speed and the fork part looks terrible. Also think a bobber might be more my style.
My inside leg is 27 inches and Iím 6 foot so very long body and short legs grrrrrr.
The frame has some marks from my first drop. It caught a high curb and damaged the plastics but thatís been replaced. Should of painted the frame but wasnít cost effective.
Any suggestions on a bobber or lower bike?? Might be the wrong place to ask
Iím thinking of the triumph bonnaville
|02-22-2018 04:59 PM|
Looking at those pics you have posted with the "very minor damage" I can easily see there are some scratches on the frame. I think you want to sell that bike not because you have discovered after you bought it and spent a lot of money on it that you're "to" short, but because there are some severe damages after you have dropped it.
Hope I am wrong and you are telling the naked truth.
Wishing you luck selling your bike and hoping next time when you will buy a brand new bike you will be there.
|02-22-2018 03:20 PM|
|dfossati||Out of my siblings I ended up being the short one. I'm 5'6'', 160lbs, and I've been able to manage fairly well. Maybe considering lowering it a bit? It's a super fun bike to ride.|
|02-21-2018 12:20 PM|
|02-21-2018 11:24 AM|
|DenverYZF||That's a sweet bike, sorry to hear you are having this issue. Have you considered lowering it , rather than selling it?|
|02-20-2018 04:12 PM|
2017 GSX S1000 Z (Phantom)
Have decided that Iím to short to ride this bike after 2 drops
Very minor damage, see pics.
Cost me £9800 6 months ago from Suzuki and Iíve spent plenty on extras.
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