lowering my 09 MP3 500
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09 red MPe 500ie
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Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:58 pm quote
I have read about the bracket and shorter shocks BUT I am only 5'4" and 26" inseam. Is there a way to do both? neither option by itself would be enough as I don't touch at
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Mon Nov 05, 2018 6:58 am quote
Re: lowering my 09 MP3 500
jsheedy wrote:
I have read about the bracket and shorter shocks BUT I am only 5'4" and 26" inseam. Is there a way to do both? neither option by itself would be enough as I don't touch at
I am 5'4", and I am 28" inseam.
You should learn to land going to one side.
Although I am lowered with Hagon Shocks (Lowered by 2"), I do this often since our roads here in Georgia are not always level anyway. Once you get used to that, it's not so bad.

Keith,
Marietta, GA
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09 red MPe 500ie
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Location: Midwest City, OK
Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:59 am quote
Re: lowering my 09 MP3 500
klaborde wrote:
jsheedy wrote:
I have read about the bracket and shorter shocks BUT I am only 5'4" and 26" inseam. Is there a way to do both? neither option by itself would be enough as I don't touch at
I am 5'4", and I am 28" inseam.
You should learn to land going to one side.
Although I am lowered with Hagon Shocks (Lowered by 2"), I do this often since our roads here in Georgia are not always level anyway. Once you get used to that, it's not so bad.

Keith,
Marietta, GA
so you recommend the Hagon shocks in 14"
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Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:44 am quote
Re: lowering my 09 MP3 500
jsheedy wrote:
klaborde wrote:
jsheedy wrote:
I have read about the bracket and shorter shocks BUT I am only 5'4" and 26" inseam. Is there a way to do both? neither option by itself would be enough as I don't touch at
I am 5'4", and I am 28" inseam.
You should learn to land going to one side.
Although I am lowered with Hagon Shocks (Lowered by 2"), I do this often since our roads here in Georgia are not always level anyway. Once you get used to that, it's not so bad.

Keith,
Marietta, GA
so you recommend the Hagon shocks in 14"
It's been too long, they come in mm sizes.
You would use the part number in my OP as a reference and maybe ask Hagon what would be the next size shorter????

Keith,
Marietta, GA
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