lowering links or lowering a GPZ

Paul Heim SuprHtr at columbus.rr.com
Tue Apr 6 15:44:17 PDT 2010

I sympathize. I dropped mine once when I was turning around on a hill and 
hit full lock.  The best I've ever been able to manage is one foot flat. 
I've never considered lowering it, though, since 99% of the time I'm rolling 
and it handles so nicely when under way.  Have you considered having a seat 
made that puts you closer to the ground?  Platform boots? Nah...

Paul in Ohio
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Randy noneofyourbusiness" <tuner_delorean at yahoo.com>
To: <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2010 5:45 PM
Subject: lowering links or lowering a GPZ

What is the best way to lower the GPZ?

I got it on the road Friday April 2, & I have already managed to get in 
right at 300 miles, but my 26 inseam I am vertically challenged, I need to 
lower it a little.

right now I can only get 1 foot flat on the ground at a time, or both feet 
tip toes, so for safety, it needs lowering so I can get both feet flat on 
the ground. I am having problems turning it around on my driveway, which is 
like an old country dirt road with tall center hump, plus my driveway is up 
side of a mountain nearly 1/2 mile long.

what is recomendations? anyone have a used lowering link? or?

Thank you,

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