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DeVol LOWERING LINK

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DeVol LOWERING LINK

Product Description

  • Adds confidence to those smaller kids making the jump to bigger bikes.
  • Lightweight aluminum alloy is stronger than stock.
  • Lowers rear end 5/8 to 1.5" on various models.
  • Longer leverage arms softens rear suspension slightly.
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Verified Purchaser
Location: Sarcoxie, MO 64862, USA
Great Product

Well built, easy to install less than 10 minutes!! Put the Motorcycle just where my Son needed it!!!

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Worked great

lowered the kx65 1.5" . she will be blasting berms in no time. very easy to install took bout 5 mins.

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Location: South Carolina
It Works

Does what it says. Just installed on my sons bike and as the instructions say, it does make the back end spongy but this is okay with us until my son is a little taller and we can put the stock ones back on. Recommend pulling out the bushing and applying fresh grease while you have it disassemble. That part gets a lot of work.

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Bogdan Location: Romania
Kevin Location: Sacramento, CA, USA
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bobohl 1 month 9 days ago Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Does devol make a lowering link for a 2007 cr250r honda?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, this DeVol Lowering Link is designed to work on your 2007 Honda CRF250R. Just be sure to correctly imput your Year/Make/Model as the bike you are shopping for so we can be sure to get you the correct lowering link for your bike.
Bogdan 3 months 28 days ago Location: Romania
WR250R lowering possibilities?
I like to know if I use DeVol Lowering Link - 1.75" and DeVol Lowering Link - 1" is compatible and the result is lowering with 1.75"+1"=2.75". Thanks
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 28 days ago
I contacted DeVol directly on this question and this is what I found out: "They are (2) different parts and cannot be used together. They just lower the rear at different heights." -Garrett, DeVol Racing So the 2 lowering links for your bike cannot be combined to lower the bike 2.75". You would have to use one or the other to lower the bike either 1" or 1.75"
Lost 4 months 21 days ago Location: Maui
How much do I need ro slip forks to triple trees?
Kevin Over 6 months ago Location: Sacramento, CA, USA
Does this product work on a 2013 kawasaki kx 250 f?
The note says does not work with this model but it is in the search field so not sure if it works on my model or not 2013 kx 250f
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago
This specific link will not work with your 2013 kawasaki kx 250 f, but we do have a Devol link available for this model. The link that we carry will lower your bike 1.25".
KDub Over 6 months ago Location: Albany Oregon
What adjustments are required after installing DeVol lowering link.?
Do forks need to be raised? If so because of the taper on 2012 WR450F, there is no room to raise forks. Also what about sag, compression, rebounds etc.? My application is mostly trail/desert riding. Thanks!
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
To retain the correct geometry you will need to slide the forks up in the triple clamps, other wise you are increasing the rake of the fork. This will increase stability to a point at the sacrifice of some turning ability. You will also need to verify the sag after installation and re-set it as needed. The compression and rebound adjusters can be left where they were and adjusted as normal to suit riding conditions.
maetriques Over 5 years ago Location: Az
Shouldnt they come with bearings?
can we get them with the bearings pressed in?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
No, these do not include bearings and we do not have the resources to have some pressed in.
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