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    lowering a GS 1200

    Hi there. I am about to have my GS1200 2005yr fitted with Hyper pro springs to lower it by 35m. But not sure if this will make centre stand unusable? Any advise or help would be great.

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    Had my 2007 1200GS lowered with the Hyper Pro progressive springs (30mm). Massive difference and the centre stand is absolutely fine, just a little bit more effort in lifting the bike on. You will like the difference the springs make, tighter handling and more comfortable.

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    Short legs.

    Thanks for that. Its put my mind at rest as it ain't a cheap job. 30m is wot they tell me it will be lower and I hope it stops me falling in the road again, lol.

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