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Thread: Lower seat

  1. #1
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    Oct 2005

    Lower seat

    I’m looking for advice on the options of lowering the seat on a 1200 LC gs

    1. The seat height can be lowered from 850 mm to 800 mm. When you add the option of seat height reduction when you configure on a new bike.

    2. Does the comfort seat also take the seat height down. If so by how much

    Does the first option also affect the suspension.

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    Dec 2003
    Do you not think you should be looking at a different bike ?

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    Dec 2006
    I put a touratech low seat on my 1200 and had the shocks changed to lower bike 5 cm.......Only thing with puttin a lower seat on is the seat to peg is shorter......and can make your legs ache....

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