lowering links or lowering a GPZ
annihilator1100 at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 6 16:31:24 PDT 2010
This is the same place I got my rear links from
Regardless of whether justified or not, you will feel sad about killing
another human being. It is better to be sad than to be room temperature.
From: "John Soliday" <johnsoliday at msn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2010 3:56 PM
To: "'GPZ List'" <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
Subject: RE: lowering links or lowering a GPZ
> I don't know anything about this company so my suggestion would be to
> "google" around and see if you can find others but on ebay this guy has an
> adjustable unit which might be handy if you don't know the exact drop
> looking for.
> Did you just get your bike (I might have missed your earlier posts)?
> Your other option is to lower the seat which you can do yourself (really!)
> if you're careful and remove the other vinyl and then cut down the foam
> where you sit. Or you can go the higher end aftermarket seat route. I
> think at our Denver breakfast run all three of us had corbin seats which
> I'd guess ~ 1" or more lower than stock.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com [mailto:gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com]
> Behalf Of Randy noneofyourbusiness
> Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2010 3:45 PM
> To: gpzlist at micapeak.com
> 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
> like an old country dirt road with tall center hump, plus my driveway is
> 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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