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    1998 Honda Magna 750 Suspension

    1998 Honda Magna 750
    Tire Size:
    Front: 120/80-17, Rear: 150/80-15
    Spark Plug:
    CR8EH-9
    Battery:
    YTX12-BS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    530x118
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 16T, Rear: 40T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-303
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    Progressive Suspension
    Front Fork Springs
    $97.00
    $87.30
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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 incr
    Progressive Suspension
    Fork Lowering Kit
    $124.95
    $112.46
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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
    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 bi
    Race Tech
    Super Slick Fork Bushings
    $21.95 - $24.95
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    You save up to $1.06 (5%)
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    Race Tech Super Slick Fork Bushings Revolutionary low-friction design ensures hihg-quality suspension performance Constructed of FEP and tin composite, these Teflon-coated (PTFE) bushings have the lo
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    Gold Valve Cartridge Fork Emulator
    $169.99
    $161.49
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    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 of

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    Michael Jannise (McKinney, TX)

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    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.

    Randall (montrose, MI)

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    nice bushings

    Bushings worked great and installed easy. Only complaint is for the 1985 Honda Goldwing only the upper bushings are available.

    M.Neil (Morris, IL)

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    Progressive Suspension bushings/kit

    Used this kit in a 2003 Indian Spirit which has basically the same trail arm as a HD Softail. Parts are nice, fit as expected and helped tighten up the ride as expected.

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