He went with a short shock that has a shorter eye to eye(I’m assuming Triumph shock) than the factory. The linkage changes the geometry to make it ideal for the track than going to get groceries like the bike was originally intended.
Just installed the rear ohlins ttx shock and links. That was a pain in the ass to do. The dogbone link bolt had no room to come out. Had to remove rearsets, bracket, kickstand and loosen swingarm. It's pretty close to horder airfilter and subframe. Fingers crossed that it doesnt touch anything.
Yes i will this weekend. I’m not around the bike at the moment. You can also cut the rounded edges off and should be fine but when the rear starts to squat it will make contact. I know from experience lol
That had to be fun cutting it off with a handsaw. I have a Milwaukee M12 die grinder that I picked up not too long ago for such needs, and I cannot believe how much I use that thing. That, the 3/8" ratchet, and a small drill/driver, I don't know how I ever lived without these tools. LOL
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