Honda Goldwing lowering kit

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Dave B

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Jul 18, 2008
 

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I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
Tarheelman1973

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Jun 22, 2009
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
I do not know of a lowering kit but to give me a little more confidence with my 2008 Goldwinf I purchased some height increasing boots from a website call tallmenshoes.com . These boots are very comfortable and increases my height by 3 inches. They look like normal boots some no one can really tell. I am only 5 ft 6 in but have no trouble riding my Goldwing with my wife on the back. Just a suggestion but it works.
Dgrandfield

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Jul 6, 2009
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
Check the GWRRA magazine for an advertisement on this. My dad had one of these installed from Lower Wing and he went from tip toes with floorboards installed to flat footed. It's like $365 for the part and there was a guy at the wing ding that installed it for $100. IMHO it's was the best money he ever spent.
Dgrandfield

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Jul 6, 2009
 
The install included lowering the front forks 1 inch. All in all it was 1 and 1/4 inches lower.
Mr Goldwing Com

Medina, OH

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Jul 14, 2009
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
Check out mrgoldwing.com for lowering kit and thanks
Mr Goldwing Com

Medina, OH

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Jul 14, 2009
 
Check out the web site- mrgoldwing.com for your lowering kit on gl 1800's and thanks
Mel Smith

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Jul 29, 2009
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
Check out http://www.lo werwingproducts
he is the manufacturer and can answer all your questions. You can call and talk to him.
and you can order directly from the site too!
Mel
Mel Smith

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Jul 29, 2009
 
For those asking about lowering the GL1800,
check out the web site http://www.lowerwingproducts.com
This is the manufacturer. you can call him direct
and place and order. very personal service.
Or you can order directly from the website.
Seems that everyone that has installed the
bracket loves it.
Check it out!
Mel Smith

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Jul 29, 2009
 
Tarheelman1973 wrote:
<quoted text>I do not know of a lowering kit but to give me a little more confidence with my 2008 Goldwinf I purchased some height increasing boots from a website call tallmenshoes.com . These boots are very comfortable and increases my height by 3 inches. They look like normal boots some no one can really tell. I am only 5 ft 6 in but have no trouble riding my Goldwing with my wife on the back. Just a suggestion but it works.
check out http://www.lowerwingproducts.com
there IS a lowering bracket for the Wing.
you can call the manufacturer direct to answer
your questions.
It lowers it 1 1/4 inches.
Mr Goldwing Com

Medina, OH

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Jul 30, 2009
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?


Check out MrGoldwing.com for your lowering bracket for the GL1800.
It's innovative and it works. It was built and designed in the USA. Thanks
Mr Goldwing Com

Medina, OH

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Jul 30, 2009
 
For the Lowering bracket, check out mrgoldwing.com
Once at the web site click on Lowering Bracket.
Thanks
Steve

Dallas, TX

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Jul 26, 2010
 
I'm 5'6 and wear cowboy boots with a 2 inch heal. What I did that really worked is I took my seat to a local upholserer. He shaved my seat down and inserted a gel pad on my request. Also shaved the foam down from the horn of the seat, were your thighs touch will standing. He also shaved a indent were my tailbone is to put pressure on my butt, not my tailboane. Now I have both feet planted on the ground will seated and just finished a 425 mile ride with no pain. Cost under $200. Best money I've ever spent...
Leroy

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Mar 13, 2011
 
Tarheelman1973 wrote:
<quoted text>I do not know of a lowering kit but to give me a little more confidence with my 2008 Goldwinf I purchased some height increasing boots from a website call tallmenshoes.com . These boots are very comfortable and increases my height by 3 inches. They look like normal boots some no one can really tell. I am only 5 ft 6 in but have no trouble riding my Goldwing with my wife on the back. Just a suggestion but it works.
What is the name of the boot you have purchse
buzzard

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May 9, 2012
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
I'm going to ship my seat to "Seargeants" in Fla. and have them shave the seat down. This way I won't compromise ground clearance and handling.
pjstephens9369

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Jul 29, 2012
 
Mr Goldwing Com wrote:
Check out the web site- mrgoldwing.com for your lowering kit on gl 1800's and thanks
Checked site...no lowering kit listed.
Dennis

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Feb 16, 2013
 
Dave B wrote:
I have a friend wanting a new Goldwing but feels uncomfortable with the seat height. Does anyone manufacture a lowering kit? If so, how much of a drop?
Tell your friend to go to www.loweringgoldwingproducts.com
i think you can do 3/4 1 or 1 1/4.

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Feb 16, 2013
 
I would love to recommend you a biker community where there are many bikers,they may give your the best answer.You can try!
Bikerdatingsite.net
Ron B

Sandown, NH

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Sunday Apr 13
 
Mr Goldwing Com wrote:
Check out the web site- mrgoldwing.com for your lowering kit on gl 1800's and thanks
Could not find a lowering link for a 2013 Honda Goldwing F6B Delux on your website. Do you have one?

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