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HTTMT MT014-SR Lowering Links Compatible with Suzuki GSX 600F 75

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HTTMT MT014-SR Lowering Links Compatible with Suzuki GSX 600F 75

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Product description

Size:1998-2006(SeeFitment)  |  Color:Silver

Attributes:

  • 100% Brand New

  • High Quality Billet Aluminum Lowering Links

  • Provide a custom look and increase your speed at the track

  • Materia:7075 Aluminum/ Aircraft Meterial

  • Application:For off-Road Use Only!

  • Professional installation is recommended, instruction is not included


  • Package included:


  • Lowering Positions:1.0" lower / 3.0" lower


  • Fitment:


  • Suzuki GSX 600F Katana 1998-2006

  • Suzuki GSX 750F Katana 1998-2006

  • Suzuki GSF 600 Bandit 2000-2005

  • Suzuki GSF 1200 Bandit 2000-2005

  • Suzuki GSXR 1000 2005-2006

  • Kawasaki ZX10R 2004-2005


  • Package included:


  • 1 Set Lowering Links


  • Install Notes: By lowering the bike your OEM kickstand may not perform properly. We are currently sourcing adjustable kickstands so check back for new products often! Uses your existing mounting hardware. When installing your OEM hardware you should use the motorcycle manufacturer's pound-foot torque specifications.

    HTTMT MT014-SR Lowering Links Compatible with Suzuki GSX 600F 75

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