you a midget too? LolI also have a trick if you will.
at all stops I just flat foot my left leg and keep my right leg on the rear brake.
congrats on getting it done on your own. Interested to hear of any cons. I just got my custom seat back and it is a little higher. I lowered the spring setting to 1 and that seemed to help a little but something like this would end the situation once and for all. Of course that would make it a really expensive seat mod since i already spent close to 200 on the seat and I would def. have to bring the link in and have it done.Just did this install. I didn't have a hoist, managed to get it done solo using a rear swing arm stand, a jack, and two jack stands. Took about 2 hours to do it and the kickstand. Not too difficult. If I had another set of hands or a hoist it would have been a alot easier. That being said. It is too cold to ride as of yet, but will post my thoughts when I am done. I am a highway rider and often spirited at that. I also have the woodcraft clip-ons installed so I will let you know what I think of the geometry of the bike now and how it rides.