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2011 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic - FLHRC Progressive Suspension Cruiser Motorcycle Lowering Kits

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Progressive Suspension
Fork Lowering Kit
$118.95
$107.99
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Progressive Suspension Fork Lowering Kit An easy and inexpensive way to drop the front end one or two inches Progressively-wound fork springs, spacers, and lowering components Kit works with 41mm
Progressive Suspension
Touring Link
$229.95
$206.99
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Progressive Suspension Touring Link The answer to the handling challenges faced by most touring models has arrived Helps stabilize the chassis by keeping the motor/swingarm assembly aligned with chas

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Corey (Lugoff, SC)

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Easy install for Harley Street Bob

The only major question I had with this product was that it only told you in the instructions that it was a 1" or 2" drop. But, after a short conversation with tech support, you can cut the plastic spacer to what ever length you need for your specific drop. I had 1 3/4" drop in the rear and wanted exactly that in the front. Worked out great with little to no problems.

wschulz680 (Strongsville, OH)

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2013 Dyna Superglide Custom

Very happy with suspension upgrade. I did 430 series stock height shocks and heavy duty springs up front. Whole different bike, no more spongy stock suspension that would bottom out on me all the time. I can now take a passenger with me and have the confidence that my bike will not bottom out every time I hit a bump. Small investment with a great return!

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!

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