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I've made an "on-the-go" adjustable rear link. It's still a prototype but i'll make another one with solid bar stock machined with cnc to avoid welding...

 

Threaded rod is 3/4" and bar stock's 1"*1" MIG welded.

 

I tested it on my dirt drag, asphalt drag and trail banshees and it's bullet proof.

 

No need to change your shock length anymore and no need to switch the hole positionning on your drop bar.861016b4d78dd26b628ed139e927ac3a.jpg

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I've made an "on-the-go" adjustable rear link. It's still a prototype but i'll make another one with solid bar stock machined with cnc to avoid welding...
 
Threaded rod is 3/4" and bar stock's 1"*1" MIG welded.
 
I tested it on my dirt drag, asphalt drag and trail banshees and it's bullet proof.
 
No need to change your shock length anymore and no need to switch the hole positionning on your drop bar.861016b4d78dd26b628ed139e927ac3a.jpg

Do you have some kind lock nut or method to stop unwanted adjustment? Cool idea though.

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