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1995 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Suspension

1995 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500
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Parts Unlimited Front Fork Seals For secure oil levels and reduced stiction, replace those old fork seals. High quality replacement seals Original equipment-stye seals Sold in pairs **Note: Some...
Progressive Suspension
Fork Lowering Kit
$107.06 - $116.96
You save up to $12.99 (9%)
  • Black
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 41...
Progressive Suspension
444 Series Standard Shocks
$562.46 - $602.96
You save up to $66.99 (9%)
  • Chrome
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 ...
Race Tech
Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulator
$161.49 - $161.50
You save up to $8.49 (4%)
  • Gold
Race Tech Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulator Race Tech's Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulators make damping rod style forks perform like well-tuned cartridge forks. These tunable valves sit on top...
Leak Proof Seals
Pro-Moly Fork Seals
$24.99 - $32.95
You save up to $7.96 (24%)
Leak Proof Seals Pro-Moly Fork Seals Leak Proof fork seals positively stop leaking fork oil and reduce stiction up to 80 percent, compared to regular fork seals Pro-Moly seals reduce stiction 20...

Latest Reviews

Heather (McDonough )



Ordered for 2001 F650GS, did not fit. Called Motorcycle Superstore to confirm they were the correct ones, and they said they were. Ordered OEM seals from Bike Bandit and they were a full 2 MM larger than these.

B P (Harlow )


465 Against OEM Unit

Can't fault fit or quality. Why are adjustment rings so far down the shock body? Have to remove the belt guard to reach them and cannot use the adjustment spanner anyway. For the price I would have liked compression as well as rebound damping adjustment. On setting 2 there is still too much compression damping, barely enough rebound damping but any higher setting setting gives a most uncomfortable ride!

Michael (Long Beach )



This was my second experience with Progressive shocks. The first replaced the mega bucks OE single shock on my old BMW K100LT. That worked out just fine and saved me over $300. This time around my 97 Yamaha Virago 1100 would bottom out over big bumps. I went for the HD cruiser shocks and I am very glad I did. I am a big guy,6'4, 235lbs, and I get a fantastic smooth ride. I can see if you are much lighter in weight, they could be a bit harsh. But the handling is great. The bike is responsive and smooth. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

Michael Jannise (McKinney )


Wayyyyy to Stiff

Put these on my 2009 FLTR Roadglide and it is so stiff sprung it will just about throw you off of it. Well, maybe not quite that bad but you get the idea. I wanted to get rid of the bottoming out, but this is a touring motorcycle. It is supposed to be comfortable. With these, not so much.

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