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The rear suspension ride height is adjustable, but the adjusting bolts are almost always seized. You may be able to slide the forks up in the triple clamps to lower the front, but I'm not sure that's possible with the stock clip-ons. My bars have been replaced, so I can't check that out for ya.
 

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On the rear shock, do you mean the pre load adjustment or the linkage strut?
I was referring to the linkage strut. The aftermarket one Motowheels mentioned might be a good option of yours is buggered.
 

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Be careful not to lower it too much, it reduces handling performance and your ability to get it up on the centre stand.
You can buy or make plates to lower the pegs and you could remove some foam from the seat.
If you do adjust the ride height rod, note that the upper lock nut or the one with the notches cut in it are LH thread and the other is RH thread.

Craig
 
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