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mgoblue
Posted 2014-03-26 4:35 AM (#153699)
Subject: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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I am going to be purshasing a CC for my wife this week. She is @5'1" and currently rides a Kinpin with a 1 inch lowering linkage on it. Who has lowered there CC and what did you use? Any help would be greatly appreiciated and one other thing you guys might get a kick out of she is an employee for the Motor Company and is buying her 2nd Vic.
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bluedawg
Posted 2014-03-31 6:27 PM (#153893 - in reply to #153699)
Subject: Re: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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I have lowered my XR with an adjustable link. Found this on E-Bay, which is a little better than the on I have.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Victory-Cross-Roads-Cross-Country-Hardball-...

Hope this helps.
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bill52
Posted 2014-06-01 9:45 PM (#157897 - in reply to #153699)
Subject: RE: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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I lowered mine 2" with the witch doctors linkage. No regrets
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Most Muscular
Posted 2014-06-28 1:24 PM (#160766 - in reply to #153699)
Subject: Re: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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Maplewood, MN United States
I had an adjustable link installed on my XCT and had it set for a 2" drop. I lowered it afterwards to a 3" drop but that was too much as I was scraping my pipes on nearly every curve so I brought it back up. I am only 5'-3" and my best investment for being able to sit on the bike flat footed was the lowering link and thick soled boots.
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bdthad
Posted 2016-03-29 10:46 AM (#181625 - in reply to #157897)
Subject: RE: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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did you have to swap kickstand?
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atvtinker
Posted 2016-04-04 7:09 AM (#181776 - in reply to #153699)
Subject: Re: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


Tourer

Posts: 466
Grand Cane, LA
mgoblue, the same lowering link that fits the Vision fits the CC as well. You should be able to find several out there on the net. I still have mine from my old Vision but don't plan on using it on the CCT. And yes, you do have to replace the kickstand if you lower it more than an inch. I have a pic in my gallery of the adjustable link that I have. If your interested, I'll let it go cheap as it is just sitting in my shop.
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Big Steve
Posted 2016-10-16 11:32 PM (#189406 - in reply to #181776)
Subject: Re: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


Puddle Jumper

Posts: 46
Cornwall England

Hi, a friend has just purchased a cross country and it is lowered and he is scrapping pipes on the twisties. He wants to return it to standard height but doesnt know the standard length of the link, can anyone help.

Thanks

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Built4speed27
Posted 2016-11-22 11:09 PM (#190062 - in reply to #189406)
Subject: Re: Who has lowered thier Cross Country???


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