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Unhappy Specification of original suspension links

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I have lowering my TV to around 25mm, and find out it dragging the chain drive and make strange noise, and now I want to go back to original suspension links, however turn out, I have put the original links somewhere, that I can not find it anymore.

Could anyone, please give your mercy help measure the length of the original suspension links for me.

Thank you very much.

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182mm long, holes are 147.5mm centres. 2 at 12mm diameter. 5mm thick. Largest diameter 35mm. middle width 24mm. hope this helps. Andre
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182mm long, holes are 147.5mm centres. 2 at 12mm diameter. 5mm thick. Largest diameter 35mm. middle width 24mm. hope this helps. Andre
Thank you so much for your kind help, Sir. Have a great day to you.

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182mm long, holes are 147.5mm centres. 2 at 12mm diameter. 5mm thick. Largest diameter 35mm. middle width 24mm. hope this helps. Andre
Hi AjL 62,

Could you please check for me again, I need the TV's OEM suspension links specification, the number of spec that you gave me above is similar spec with my currently lower links dog bone.

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Moving bolt centers 10 mm will make a big change in ride height. Similar, or exactly the same?

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IN the time this thread has gone on, you could have moved the attachment point on you lowering link to both holes to see the effect and picked the one that suits you.

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Hi again, the specs in my previous post are for the stock dog bones that came loose with my bike, the 25mm lowered dog bones are currently on my bike. Andre
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Hi again, the specs in my previous post are for the stock dog bones that came loose with my bike, the 25mm lowered dog bones are currently on my bike. Andre
I don't know why? but your number is exactly the same with my lowering number kit. Thanks you Sir.

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