Progressive Suspension Shocks Kit

Chrome Steel Adjustable Cam Springs 412

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Progressive Suspension Shocks Kit That pain in your butt after a long ride might be because of bad suspension quality rather than a poor seat. Next time you hear a friend say they've added lots of extra padding to their seat but still can't get a comfortable ride, take a look at their shocks.

The 412 series by Progressive Suspension is not just about taking the big bumps. A lot of what wears on you as a rider is road inconsistency. You may not even see all the variations on the surface of the street that translate up as vibration. You may not even notice them; but the 412 does. Don't worry -- these shocks will also manage the potholes and unexpected obstacles.

Progressive Suspension is known for their high quality shocks and prices to match, but these will last the life of your bike. Steel double-walled dampers with 5-position cam-style adjusters make a shock that is like the best of bikers; tough, yet sensitive to your needs.

The function comes from progressive rate springs which will start out soft and grow increasingly resistant. Depending on your load, you can get the springs in standard or heavy-duty. A nitrogen charge will help maintain consistency regardless of pressure and heat.

They'll be with you for a while, so Progressive makes them pretty. You can expose your springs to the world or opt for a cover in chrome or black. You also have the option of the springs themselves being chrome or black.

You'll have to ask yourself if you really need top tier shocks. Progressive's parts are not frighteningly expensive, but stock are cheaper, especially if they're used, and you'll be able to focus your finances on things more important to you. The good shocks, however, will mean a better ride.

Also take a look at the DP Clutch Kit.

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