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Front Fork Springs
$83.66 - $114.26
You save up to $12.69 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension Front Fork Springs Front Fork Springs from Progressive Suspension Progressive springs offer a soft initial spring rate for a plush ride Progressively wound design provides i...
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Safety Wire
$8.06 - $27.86
You save up to $3.09 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension Safety Progressive Suspension's wire .032" x 25' .032" x 1-lb. can .025" x 1-lb. can **Note: The 1-lb can's are listed as sizes .032" or .025"
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444 Series Standard Shocks
$562.46 - $602.96
You save up to $66.99 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension 444 Series Standard Shocks Features the all new Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) which allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping ...
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465 Series Shocks
$445.46 - $671.39
You save up to $74.56 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension 465 Series Shocks High-pressure gas monotube design for the ultimate performance Five-position rebound adjustment Tailors the suspension for changing conditions and r...
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412 Series Shocks
$239.00 - $269.96
You save up to $29.99 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension 412 Series Shocks Nitrogen-charged shocks with multi-stage, velocity-sensitive valving automatically adjusts to riding conditions Complete shock assemblies include chrome sp...
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Rear Spring
$88.02
You save $9.78 (10%)
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Progressive Suspension Rear Spring Solve the problem of too soft a spring for the GL1800 owners who carry heavy loads and over power the stock spring Made in the U.S.A.
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Monotube Fork Kits
$305.99 - $359.96
You save up to $39.99 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension Monotube Fork Kits Converts archaic dual damper rod forks to true high performance monotube dampers Improves front end stability, cornering and bottoming control Replaces a...
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970 Series Piggyback Shocks
$1,079.10 - $1,124.99
You save up to $125.00 (10%)
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Progressive Suspension 970 Series Piggyback Shocks Progressive Suspension does it once again! Designed for performance oriented twin shock bikes Features piggyback reservoirs, high-pressure gas cha...

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Paul (San Diego )

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Improved ride

I have owned 34 motorcycles over the past 40 some odd years and have used Progressive fork springs on many of them. They always are a big improvement over the stock springs. I purchased this set for a 2007 HD Super Glide. The hardest part of the swap is getting the oil height correct, otherwise, it's relatively easy to do. The bike handles much better and the ride is much smoother, particularly over small bumps. I was going to change out the rear shocks, but it rides so much better, I may not.

KJ (Fremont )

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progressive shock

This shock was a great improvement over OEM. Installation on My 2005 Yamaha Roadstar went smoothly and the settings were good out of the box.I would recommend this to other riders.

Rocky (Rogersville )

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Rocky

So far so good. Bought the 412 HD 13" to replace the oem shocks on my Kawasaki Nomad 1500. Delivery was good, installation was easy, and ride is very good so far. I have not had chance to get in much riding since buying but so far riding single or two up with the setting on #3 I like. I would recommend this product.

Russ (beattie )

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Secondary Uses

I ordered these as a replacement for the adapters being used to hold Guardian Bells on the bikes for my MC. I had to enlarge the small hole a tiny bit on one of the tabs, but the thinness of the material does not add any clearance problems on the bolts, and the stainless material does not add any danger of corrosion. They have worked well and are a LOT less expensive than the individual tabs sold elsewhere.

Charles (Winchester )

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12 Series shocks

Well, they look great until you notice the top cap is plastic and not metal. Very cheap looking and will get scratched up very easily I fear. As to how well they work, I haven't actually installed them yet as I am still doing restoration work so won't know for a few more weeks.

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