I made it safely to the Jefferson County Fairgrounds in less than 30 minutes since their was hardly any traffic at 10 o'clock in the morning. I got checked in, lead to my site and unloaded the Yamaha even before I unhooked and set up the Arctic Fox.
I Rode the WR450 down the street to RG3 Suspension, the shop that's lowering the Yamaha, and chatted with them a while explaining what my needs were. I was very impressed with the shop. From the outside it looks like not much of anything is going on but on the inside it looks busy, functional, and obviously has a lot of motorcycles coming and going through the shop. I was impressed that there was no up selling going on, trying to sell me things that I didn't need or want. In fact it was the opposite, they had ordered some springs they thought I would need but when they realized that my style of riding [ Low and slow ] didn't require those springs they removed the cost of them from the estimate. The owner Matt is the one that does most of the work which means to me that he wants the job to be done right because his name is on all of it.