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You are looking at one Pro-tek CNC fully adjustable lowering link (Pro-tek Part No. LL-245) that replaces the single stock link on a 2013-2018 Honda CB-500F/FA, 2013-2018 Honda CB-500X/XA and 2013-2018 Honda CBR-500R/RA.

This link is made up of a Carbon Steel hex turnbuckle center and two hardened steel rod ends that have ball bearings with a lube-free teflon race. It also comes with adjusting nuts to tighten down when the desired ride height is reached. It also has four aluminum bushings for easy fitment. These aluminum bushings inserted into the rod ends make this link the same thickness as your stock link. This means your stock bolts and nuts are retained and the locking element of the nuts will still be engaged.

Hardened Steel rod ends with teflon race are used with a carbon steel center piece to protect against binding and seizing from metal on metal corrosion when threading.

The center hex turnbuckle is carbon steel, case hardened and then zinc plated to protect against oxidation and corrosion.

Fully Adjustable Links allow you to make infinite adjustments on the fly without having to unbolt the lowering link and disassemble the rear suspension every time you raise or lower the bike. You simply loosen the nuts and turn the center piece to find the desired ride height and then re-tighten down the adjusting nuts to secure in place. Its that easy.

This kit is brand new in original packaging, manufactured in the USA, and comes complete with manufacturer warranty.

These links come with infinite settings that lower the bike from stock to 4".

NOTE: NOT FOR USE WITH STRUT, AIR RIDE OR SWINGARMS LONGER THAN 8" OVER STOCK LENGTH! **Note: For Fully Adjustable Lowering Links, you may have to loosen the top and/or bottom shock bolts (without removing) to realign with link during link installation. There is wiggle room in shock bolts if shock is touching the link upon initial installation.

Pro-Tek LL-245 Adjustable Lowering Links Made For 2013 2014 2015

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