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Yeah, it's nice to have two lifts. One for the bike and one to raise and lower the rear tire when adjusting. Also. Put your bike in 1st gear so the rear tire won't slip off of the rear jack. I used the jack from my Chevy truck for the rear.
 

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it is no the adjustable link bars. i was told not to go with that one, i also had my reservations about it only becuase of the torque the bike puts out. i believe it is the Baron, got it from yamaha dealer
 

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You don't have a gallery page so I can't check but didn't you buy a 2002 model year Titanium bike?


Anyway, as long as you have the stock rear tire size, your fixed links will probably keep the tire off the fender no problem. If you do any 2-up riding and your passenger's weight plus your weight exceeds spring capacity then you will probably bottom out and maybe tear up some wiring. Some guys add the Eibach 1,000 pound spring and it helps depending on weights involved.


Oh, itsodd that someone told you to avoid the adjustable links, unless they haven't seen the Warrior-specific adjustable links? One of our members, Ram396, puts together a set with more capacity than possibly needed. Just curious is all.


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Finally got lowering kit, any tips or gotchas i should aware of?
 

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Sorry for the double-post, these might help you andI wanted to keep them separate:


Suspension - Spring - Rear - Stiffer: http://www.ground-control-store.com/products/description.php/II=367



Suspension - Spring - Rear - Eibach 1000: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/29316.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Eibach 1000: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/28252.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Eibach 1000: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/47752.aspx



Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/29176.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/29316.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/28556.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/108807.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/28528.aspx
Suspension - Spring - Rear - Lowering Links: http://rswarrior.com/forums/t/26728.aspx
 

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thanks for the info. I don't do any double up riding. As for the person who was telling me about the link bars. It was the service mgr at a yamaha dealer, he has a warriror and has had some in with bent link bars....

I got a 2004 Titanium (fastest of course)
 

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backspa said:
As for the person who was telling me about the link bars. It was the service mgr at a yamaha dealer, he has a warriror and has had some in with bent link bars....

Make sure you tell him about the forum so he can come learn about his bike. lol I've never heard of anyones links bending but he obviously didn't buy the ones we use either so that could be why.
 
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