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1995 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Parts

1995 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500
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Progressive Suspension
Fork Lowering Kit
$107.99 - $116.99
You save up to $12.96 (10%)
  • 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...
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...
Race Tech
Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulator
$161.49 - $161.50
You save up to $8.49 (5%)
  • 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...
Progressive Suspension
444 Series Standard Shocks
$562.99 - $602.99
You save up to $66.96 (10%)
  • 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 ...

Latest Reviews

Rod (Prince George )



Reading previous reviews I decided to have spacers plated prior to installing, which went very easily, not quite as low as I had hoped so I may move the mounting blocks back an inch further but all in all a good clean fit & look.

Mark (North Fort Myers )


Excellent Shocks

I own a 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan with saddle bags and travel trunk and my wife rides with me quite a bit. My factory shocks died completely @ 45,000+ miles. They were adjustable air shocks with adjustments for compression damping also. When I checked with the dealer they told me the shocks would cost $1,000 PLUS installation. That seems like a lot of money for shocks that failed with less than 50K on them. So I bought a pair of 412 Heavy duty shocks for about $263.00 and wow what a difference. My old shocks were 12" and I got 13" instead 'cause the bike is heavy and I carry a lot of stuff and I need the extra preload. The shocks work great and stability with a passenger added was excellent. I highly recommend them for heavy loads like mine.

Glenn (Carbon Hill )


Progressive fork springs.

The front fork springs on my Lowrider were sagging and never fully returned when compressed. These springs along with Bel-Ray 20w fork oil returned the proper functioning of my forks. Easy installation. Very complete instructions are included. Took less than an hour to do both legs. Really improved the ride and response of these forks. Highly recommended.

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