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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...
Progressive Suspension
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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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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Doo-Dad Switch
$15.71
You save $1.75 (10%)
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Progressive Suspension Doo-Dad Switch Doo-dad single throw, double pole switch turns things on and off and can be wired to turn one thing on while turning something else off 6 amp rating at ...
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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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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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Spring "Kit D"
$55.58
You save $6.17 (9%)
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Progressive Suspension Spring "Kit D" Replaces inadequate stock springs (under chrome cover) with stiffer, more progressive springs Allows rider to tune the suspension with less air pressure for a...

Latest Reviews

Good but hard

Initially I was very excited about these as they replaced my noisy stock Honda VTX1300c. I appreciated the improved handling on the bike. However, they are just too stiff. My spine and back are killing me. Two up with the wife these are great, but I'm just too light on my own. At 180 lbs these shocks just don't give enough even at lowest setting. I'm now looking to buy new shocks that are regular not the heavy duty. I'll keep these for when I take longer rides with the wife in tow.

Me (Cairns )

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Progressive 430 shocks

I bought the 430 series to lower my Dyna, 2014 Low Rider. I should have left it the way it was. The height is good but the ride is crap. It bottoms out very quickly, not enough travel in the shaft. Do not buy this product to lower your bike.

Alan (Idaho Falls )

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Progressive fork springs fo Honda VTX 1800R

Fit was good, quality good, installation was not too bad-YouTube was helpful. Greatly improved the overall ride over the stock springs, not as harsh when hitting chuck holes and good feel in the corners.

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