I have since gotten local info on the suspension link and should be able to fit it myself but they want a fortune to drop the front suspension by about an inch (25mm).
Can anybody tell me how i can do the front forks myself?
It's really, really simple..
The forks are retained by 4 clamps, total. This includes a top and bottom clamp on each tube.
You'll need some sort of support for the bike's frame (motorcycle jack, bucket, stack of boards, etc.)
Loosen all the clamps and allow the forks to slide up in the clamps, until you get them where you want them. Make sure they're equal in length, as far as sticking up past the top clamps, and then tighten the clamps down.. Now comes the important part. You need to torque the clamps back down to the correct torque specs!
In other words, you need a torque wrench for this. Too tight and you can damage your tubes, and too loose and the tubes could slide in the clamps..
I don't have the correct torque spec on me, as my book isn't at home right now, but I'm sure someone will give you the spec here on the site..
Anyway, when the bikes are shipped, they're shipped with the tubes very high in the clamps, and I know some who have ridden this way because the dealer didn't set them during set up and the rider didn't know any better.
Anyway, take a look at your clamps and you'll see what I'm pointing you towards.
Good luck, and let us know if it helps!!