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Yana Shiki
Lowering Links
$36.99 - $121.99
  • Silver
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Yana Shiki Lowering Links Made of 7075 Aircraft Aluminum for added durability and safety All lowering links that require movement are fitted with R-Lube oil impregnated bushings **Note: Product ...
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PSR Fully Adjustable Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Fully adjustable applications allow adjustment...
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Pro-Tek
Fully Adjustable Lowering Link
$134.99
You save $14.96 (9%)
  • Black
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Fully Adjustable Lowering Link from Pro-Tek CNC machined from 7075 T-6 billet aluminum for Kawasaki and Suzuki Lower the frame for easier mounting and control for smaller riders Increase...
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PSR
Lowering Links
$53.95 - $147.95
  • Black
  • Silver
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PSR Lowering Links Lower center of gravity for better launches and rider confidence CNC machined for excellent fit and finish Available in black or silver One, two or three hole lowering posit...
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Pro-Tek
Lowering Links with Adjustable Kickstand
$139.00 - $242.99
You save up to $26.96 (9%)
  • Silver
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Pro-Tek Lowering Links with Adjustable Kickstand Lowering links are CNC-machined from billet aluminum Lower the fram for easier mounting and control for smaller riders Increase aerodynamics for sp...
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Ride Engineering Performance Lowering Link Ride's newest product is a suspension link to lower the back of the motorcycle 8-10mm to help balance out the bike. This improves handling and keeps the b...
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Devol
Suspension Lowering Links
$85.49 - $170.99
You save up to $18.96 (9%)
  • Anodized Red
  • Anodized Black
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Devol Suspension Lowering Links Improves your bike's front end stability and handling Works at all speeds; you'll instantly notice how the rear end tracks straighter Aluminum alloy link lowers the ...
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Phoenix Products Lowering Links Specially designed to lower seat height to accommodate riders with a shorter leg reach Also lower the motorcycle's center of gravity for better handling and perform...
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