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David (Fulton, MO)

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Progressive 430 shocks

Installation was a breeze on my Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 classic. The OEM shocks were terrible from day one but dealership said "nothing wrong with them" after I installed these the ride and handling is like night and day no more bottoming out on dips. Got them in black and they look good on bike, wish I had done this years ago!

Randy (Covington, GA)

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Yuasa battery for VTX

I replaced my ORIGINAL battery in my 2003 VTX 1800 with one just like it, Yuasa, this summer of 2014. We're talking 11 years during which I never charged it, never jumped it, nothing except ride it as often as possible. Outstanding battery. I followed the directions, checked the charge with my meter, installed it, and it spins that big boy fast. Don't buy anything else if you can help it. Got a good price and fast delivery from Motorcycle Superstore. Nothing but kudos here.

Glen (Bear Island, NB)

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Very Pleased

I installed this fairing on a 1980 XS 650 without difficulty. A nice fit and its good looking. It's a tall fairing, and for most drivers it would be a stretch to look over the top. Time will tell if it stands up. So far, so good. A quality fairing at a reasonable price.

Thomas (The Villages, FL)

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Terrific Turn Signal

I bought this for my golf cart and it exceeded my expectations. I live in a very large golf cart community in Florida and had a very hard time finding bright enough turn signals that didn't get "washed" out when facing the bright Florida sun. I get tons of compliments and inquiries about where they come from.

AG (Myrtle Beach, SC)

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Do not recommend

Purchased for Kaw ER-6N. Installation was easy and they look great. Unfortunately, the bike was dropped during a slow maneuver, at practically a stand still during parking lot practice, the mounting bracket for the slider bent inward and pressed up against the engine resulting in the right side fairing needed to be replaced. The right peg and brake lever broke off the frame, handle bar bent, and various other nicks and scratches. Waste of $145. Didn't protect anything, and that was while not moving.

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