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2005 Victory Vegas Parts

2005 Victory Vegas
Front Tire:
80/90-21
Rear Tire:
180/55-18
Spark Plug:
CPR6EB-9
Battery:
YTX20L-BS
Front Brake Pads:
Disc
Oil Filter:
KN-198
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MSR Racing Fork And Dust Seal Kit Far exceeds service life of O.E. seals in laboratory testing 3-lip seal design reduces friction, increases life (patent pending) High-performance elast...
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All Balls Fork And Dust Seal Kit Patented fork seal features a balanced 3 lip design that evenly distributes the pressure reducing operating temperature, wear and friction Custom Elastome...
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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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Gary (Somerset )

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Awesome ride

I should of done it a lot sooner. I changed the rears to the 444 series at the same time it rides smoother handles better too. The bike is a 1800F vtx 2007. Highly recommended.

Rod (Prince George )

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Burley

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 )

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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.