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    Lowering a pitster pro Classic 125 (ct70 clone)

    Hey guys just picked up a pitster pro classic 125 and am in the process of lowering it. I got okd 280mm rear shocks. But for the front I couldn't find and inpho. I know there was a green clone on here that a guy lowered but he wouldn't say how he did it. I know that some people just cut the springs but I was curious if there was a better way to do the front. I put a picture below of a generic picture of what I bought. And a different picture of the green one on here that there's no information on.

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    The fella who owns that bike is 3cyltrbo, he was last on here in January, but you might want to try PMing him to find out how he lowered the forks.

    Here is an earlier pic of his bike before he redid the front end...


    I also found an email address in an old classified ad of his - ntr1_1@hotmail.com
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    That lowered green bike looks like the front shocks will be bottomed out as soon as you sit on it. I'd be looking for a different way to lower your bike...if you're planning to ride it.

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    Thanks guys! I'll keep ya posted if I find anything out

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