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Here's our video install for the new lowering kit for the Honda Fury. This Lowering kit will lower your Honda Fury 1.5" and create a softer more comfortable ride. If you would like to purchase this you can call us to place this order or visit our website Honda Fury Lowered Rear Spring

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Looks good. I like the stance of the bike after the install. I never wanted to "slam" the bike, just give it a more agressive and longer look. This seems to do just that. Thanks for working on this.
 

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I liked the how-to... I would prefer an air shock so that I can slam it at a show. Are you guys still working that option?

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Can’t tell for sure, but it appears that your fender option also address's the fender/wheel radius issues. It appeared to line up much better.

Thanks for the video, very helpful.
 

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Nice video, pretty self explanatory! :cool:
 

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I have spring compressors for a car. I wonder if i can use them for compressing the spring on the bike as well?
It might be more tense and rigid compared to the Low and Mean shock, which is explained in another thread by no_fury, he described that it might blow out the shock because of the extra tension on it. Cars you can afford to blow out a shock and you'll be fine, a bike... wouldn't want to take a chance.
 

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It might be more tense and rigid compared to the Low and Mean shock, which is explained in another thread by no_fury, he described that it might blow out the shock because of the extra tension on it. Cars you can afford to blow out a shock and you'll be fine, a bike... wouldn't want to take a chance.
How about the good old low-rider blow torch trick. Heat it up to take some of the spring out of it.
 

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How about the good old low-rider blow torch trick. Heat it up to take some of the spring out of it.
Hmmm, yea... that would probably work, wouldn't do it with your particular ride though and the adjustment that you made, as it would probably bottom out on the fender, but that would be another option... I still wouldn't risk it with a motorcycle, but some might take that chance.
 

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Definitely looking forward to getting the rear shock ordered and the rear fender when it is ready. Probably get them at the same time and drop that fury's ass to the ground.
 

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Hmmm, yea... that would probably work, wouldn't do it with your particular ride though and the adjustment that you made, as it would probably bottom out on the fender, but that would be another option... I still wouldn't risk it with a motorcycle, but some might take that chance.
I himmed and hawed about doing Suspension Mods. I figured that I have dragged my pegs and even my pipes enough times that this was not the rout I would like to take. Im not saying it’s a bad thing… I'm just saying its not the right one for me. But in saying that personally (I'm cheep) if I wanted this I would first try the blow torch thing and if it failed then buy the L&M spring. Every mod thus far I have had a plan B. Like my fender mod for instance. My plan B was the Somo kit. I think it is a very reasonably price kit for what you get. But lets face it. That kit is for looks. And I don't think it looks 3G better than my MOD. But I also did it myself and it cost me $0.00.
 

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I himmed and hawed about doing Suspension Mods. I figured that I have dragged my pegs and even my pipes enough times that this was not the rout I would like to take. Im not saying it’s a bad thing… I'm just saying its not the right one for me. But in saying that personally (I'm cheep) if I wanted this I would first try the blow torch thing and if it failed then buy the L&M spring. Every mod thus far I have had a plan B. Like my fender mod for instance. My plan B was the Somo kit. I think it is a very reasonably price kit for what you get. But lets face it. That kit is for looks. And I don't think it looks 3G better than my MOD. But I also did it myself and it cost me $0.00.
Tony, I like your mod and would like to see it with the lowering spring as well because eventually I want to see someone come out with a bobbed fender. In order for a bobbed fender to look right, it needs to be as close to the tire as possible.
 

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Does this new spring increase or decrease the Fury's weight limit? Manual states that a combined weight of rider & passenger is 330lbs.
 

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not for me

Here's our video install for the new lowering kit for the Honda Fury. This Lowering kit will lower your Honda Fury 1.5" and create a softer more comfortable ride. If you would like to purchase this you can call us to place this order or visit our website Honda Fury Lowered Rear Spring

Thanks for checking us out.
Low and Mean
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only lowered my bike 3/4 of an inch and that is with the setting all the way low
 

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after install

ya, after install I did a search to see what results others got;)
 

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YIKES

How am i going to do that compression maneuver which they have that 2 ton machine for, to get that little ring out and back in :confused::eek::confused:

this is mind you once I've even gotten past the hurdle (fear) of getting blue j on the jack :eek:
 

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You don't have to press it JD.I am sending you the whole assembly.All you have to do is take a shock out and put a shock in.
 
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