Step one) Find a used regular CRF250L rear spring/shock/dogbone assembly. This assembly will bolt right into your Rally and result in a 1" lower seat height. I found the entire assemble on eBay for $94 shipped to my door lightly used. Potential OEM Part #s found on bikebandit.com search: CUSHION ASSY., RR. (Rear shock tower) - 52400-KZZ-305 - $195.95 M SUB-ASSY., CUSHION (Tribolt assembly) - 52465-KZZ-900 - $97.95 ROD SUB-ASSY., CUSHION CONNECTING (Dogbone arm) - 52475-KZZ-900 - $60.95 (This part is not needed if you plan on using your factory Rally dogbone to lower a bit more) BAR, SIDE STAND (Kickstand) - 50530-KZZ-305 - $33.95 SPRING, SIDE STAND (Kickstand spring) - 50541-MY5-860 - $4.09 SUB-SPRING, SIDE STAND (Kickstand main spring) - 50545-MY5-860 - $6.60 Want to lower your regular non-Rally CRF250L? Just use the longer Rally dogbone arm: ROD SUB-ASSY., CUSHION CONNECTING 52475-KZZ-J00 - $82.95 Step two) Remove the stock shock with red spring, tribolt assembly, and dogbone from your bike. Reuse the stock Rally dogbone for extra lowering ability. It's almost as effective as a Kouba Link. Rally on top. CRFL on bottom. Step three) grease your tribolt assembly! I've seen a lot of misinformation surrounding this point so let's set this straight. You remove the sleeved insert and grease the needle bearing as pictured below. There is no need to slather the poor bolts in grease. Stop wasting grease. The needle bearing need the grease. Use a quality waterproof bel-ray grease for best results and work it into the needle bearings GENTLY. Step four) install regular CRF250L shock assembly into your Rally. It will bolt right up. Not much to say here. Once the top bolt is in place you can begin assembling the lower parts. All bolts are 32lbft except for the bolt that attaches to the swing-arm. That guy is 17mm on both sides and torques to 55lbft. I recommend using the regular CRFL dogbone first to see how it feels. If you need the seat even lower, go ahead and swap for the Rally dogbone. My wife and I both have 29" inseams and prefer with the Rally dogbone. Step five) Swap Rally kickstand and springs for either the regular CRF250L kickstand and springs or buy an adjustable aftermarket kickstand. Notes from the author: I'm posting this from my iPhone. As soon as I have access to a real computer I will go back and add more detail wherever possible. Also, anyone with a regular CRF250L can utilize the Rally's longer dogbone to lower their bike approximately 1" for nearly half the cost of a brand name lowering link. Just find the part on bikebandit.com or eBay or your local Honda dealer. Thanks and enjoy this cost effective solution, inmates!