I'm an old BMW vet that used to ride an R52 back in the 60's. I just returned to riding after nearly 40 years, but at age 62, I think I've started to shrink (my inseam is about 29"). I've recently bought an 85 K100RT. It came with a stock seat and a Corbin. The Corbin barely lets my tip-toes hit the ground and is too unsteady for me. The stock seat allows the front half of my shoe to touch ground, which is much better, but I would really like to find a way to lower the position to where I can plant both feet totally on the ground. I figure I need to lower the riding position about 2-3". I've tried the rear shock adjustment, which made no difference. Is it acceptable to raise the forks ever so slightly in the front fork trees? I've read that this can lead to balancing issues. Can anyone recommend an alternate seat or seat-maker that could lower my seating position?