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Old 01-10-2013, 03:04 AM   #57
greer
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Location: Glasgow, Kentucky
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Or you might be able to gain enough just by cutting some foam out of the seat. I've done that a bunch of times. If your heart is set on this particular bike just take a day and go sit on the thing so you'll know for sure. We all know how bad bike fever can be, so be sure and get back to us. Good luck!

Sarah



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Originally Posted by brandonmccann View Post
I went and measured my legs. The highest point of my legs is (roughly)between 31 and 32 inches. With my boots, I have an added height of about 2 inches(I measured without). The seat height for the 2009 shiver 750 is nearly 32 inches. Do you think I'd be able to flat foot it? I figure I fore sure could if I lowered the rear end a bit with either a different shock or the ShiverLowering Kit from Soupy's performance. With additionally lowering the front forks to compensate?
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