Instead of buying new springs you could also do this. You said you are going to have the forks out of the bike this winter. Take the upper tubes down to a machine shop and have them turn down the fat part of the tube, say 10mm to 20mm and then just set the tubes back in higher in the triple tree. The cost of machining may possibly be less than new springs. Just an idea. Also I was just throwing the 10-20mm figure out there. I would think it would keep the ride the same as far as fork responsiveness and would also get the front end a little closer to the ground if that is what you are going for.
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