Suzuki C-90 VL 1500LC Rear Lowering Kit INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL MANUAL

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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 20-02-2012

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1. Decide how far you would like to lower your bike. Refer to the hole-index chart in these instructions to determine the proper mounting location holes for the drop you want to achieve. 2. Secure motorcycle to bike lift and raise the motorcycle so the rear wheel is unweighted. 3. For easiest access to the linkage remove the tool kit holder from the left side of the bike. 4. Loosen and remove the two self-locking nuts and flat washers from connecting arm bolts from the left side of the motorcycle. 5. Slide connecting arm bolts out (it may be necessary to push bushing back to the left side to allow bolt head to drop below frame. Reinstall in the same manner). Replace stock connecting arms with your new Baron connecting arms. The end with the single hole goes down and attaches to relay arm. The end with three holes goes up and attaches to the frame. Use the hole that lowers the rear your chosen amount. Reinstall bolts, washers and nuts. Torque the two connecting arm nuts to 35 foot-pounds (48 Nm). Remove motorcycle from lift. NOTE : We recommend that you set the shock spring preload to a higher setting, especially if the motorcycle will be used for carrying a passenger or heavy loads.

Honda 300 2×4 Lift Kit Installation Instructions

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Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 11-12-2011

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This product is designed for us e on ATVs on which additional ground clearance and fender clearance is desired. It is designed for utility type, slower-speed use on relatively flat terrain in deep mud or snow. Although we have many thousands of satisfied lift kit customers and over 400 franchised dealers selling and installing lift kits, purchasers should be aware that use of this product may increase the frequency of required maintenance, part wear, and will raise the center of gravity on your ATV increasing risk of roll-over on side hills, ditches or other steep terrain. We recommend that wider tires and/or wheel spacers be used to achieve a wider stance and to improve stability of the ATV. Riders should be advised that the handling characteristics of a taller ATV are different and require extra care when riding on side hills or off-camber situations. If you further raise the center of gravity by adding heavy loads to racks or seats, the ATV must be operated with care, at slower speeds or on relatively flat ground. Operation of an ATV with or without a lift kit, while or shortly after consuming alcohol or drugs, subjects the rider to the risk of serious bodily harm or possible death. This is compounded if the rider does not wear an approved helmet and other safety gear. High Lifter urges that all approved safety gear be worn when riding an ATV. If this is not what you expected, or is not consistent with your intended use, you should return the product immediately to the seller, before installation, for a refund of the purchase price; less any fees. After installation, product is warranted for 90 days for defects in workmanship and materials. Warranty is limited to refund of the purchase price or replacement of the kit, at the seller’s option.