SRC MOTO’s Lowering Links For Honda CRF250L and CRF250L Rally

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SRC MOTOLowering Links for CRF250L intro

SRC MOTO, Innovations for Adventure, is now offering a new lowering link for the Honda CRF250L and CRF250L Rally.

For some reason, the Honda CRF250L and Rally have really tall seat heights (over 35″ and taller than the Africa Twin!?! ), especially for a small displacement bike that many beginners gravitate to. So SRC MOTO has some new options to help get your feet firmly back on the ground.

In addition to their 2-½” lower seats for Honda CRF250L and Rally, they now offer lowering links made in the USA by SRC MOTO:

  • 250L 1.75″ Lowering Link: For the standard 2013-2020 HONDA CRF250L, this SRC MOTO LINK that lowers the bike 1-3/4″ (44.5mm);
  • RALLY 1.5″ Lowering Link: This SRC MOTO LINK lowers the 2017-2020 HONDA CRF250L Rally 1-5″ (38mm) in the rear.

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The SRC MOTO Lowering Links are available for $148.00 each and are easily installed in about half an hour with common hand tools. Current models supported are the 2013 – 2020 Honda CRF250L and 2017 – 2020 CRF250L Rally. Additional models are in the works as well.

Scott Hart, President of SRC MOTO & MOTO STUFF added: “We heard many complaints from riders regarding the height of the Honda 250L and Rally, making it difficult to fully touch the ground for many riders, which in our experience, is never a good thing for confidence. We saw the opportunity to provide these lowering links to solve the problem, they make a big difference.”

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These new lower links are available at www.srcmoto.com in the suspension category along with other protective guards, racks & luggage and electrical components. A formal Dealer Program is available for dealers located throughout the US, Canada, and Latin America.

About SRC MOTO

SRC MOTO, innovations for adventure, is focused on bringing you the best possible parts for the adventure motorcycles that you love. For more information and to stay up to date on new product launches please visit www.srcmoto.com.

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