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Un-Lowering my Gixxer

This is not really a FAIL. Had I had the right links I would have been able to hide a little more height back to my bike, but oh well. I'll just keep it the height its been for the past year and a half lol. OR i'll see if someone shorter than me wants to trade for these links (and kickstand).


 


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