We had a T-Rex lowering link used to drop it about 1 and 1/2 inches. Also needed to lower the front to match and swap out the kickstand for an adjustable one.
It has helped as before It was very tricky for me to put out the kickstand, most often as I extended my leg i could just reach the ball on the stand but when my leg fully extended it would slip from the toe of my boot and pop back up. Most often I would wait for my husband to hold the bike for me so I could get enough leg to extend the stand. This was growing old real fast. lol
Now that I am more comfortable riding we will set it up a little higher as the bike is not very stable on this stand as it is. Sad because still at this height I can just barely touch my tip toes and to do so I totter side to side. However my riding is improving and tri-podding is coming to be more natural, so as long as I can get the kickstand down I think I will be fine.