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Lots of coices there, will check back tonite. Tell us if you have stock (for that year) forks, and if you want to run shocks or struts on rear. On my 73 frame is 4 inches off the ground..
What exactly are looking for in a "lowered" bike? Do you weld?Maybe you can see what you are looking for by putting "konging" into the search at this site.Here is a link:http://www.hondachopper.com/garage/konging/konging.html
2" lower springs and lowering blocks. But like shoei said, theres alot to it. Mine wont be staying that way for that exact reason. Exhaust scrapes, kickstand is too long, etc.
I also run the 2" shorter shocks with 2" lowering links in the rear, and I'm running cb550 forks on the front (of my 750) they have shorter fork legs and tubes, I believe. I installed my 750 springs in them though... Yes the side stand mount is a pain in the ass...If you hit a corner too hard and drag it right into a crack or expansion joint in the pavement, It will give you quite a jolt and may cause your rear wheel to leave the ground. You just gotta watch it. I never got around to modifying it or relocating it...