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post #11 of 11 Old 03-08-19, 12:44
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Honestly when i was selling bikes this was the number one question. my response has never changed and I feel is universally sound. Triumph has invested millions on dollars into developing the geometry of the bike. any rinky tink solution is not going to perform as well, otherwise that's they way they would have done it. Ricky Carmichael stood on f*cking blocks at the gate. once your moving none of that matters but the performance of the bike does. and as far as dude with the auto cad program goes I appreciate your ingenuity , but i work in steel and anyone that says they are designing one in a cad program that's is going to drop the bike 3" and all you need is "chrome" bolts instantly throws up a red flag in my book. 3" is an unreal amount and unless you are legally a dwarf thats a terrible idea and if you are legally a dwarf get a polaris or something
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