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Progressive 444 Series Shocks For Harley Touring 1984-2016
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  • Progressive 444 Series Shocks For Harley Touring 1984-2016
  • Progressive 444 Series Shocks For Harley Touring 1984-2016

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Progressive Suspension 444 Series FST Shocks For Harley Touring

After more than a decade of ruling the roads with the road proven shocks, Progressive Suspension unveiled another breakthrough design. Dubbed Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) for its unique ability to dynamically adjust damping as you ride. The result is superior performance no matter the road conditions. A top mount threaded preload adjuster allows for fine tuning with a simple twist of the cap.

Features:

  • Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping for superior ride quality
  • Adjust spring pre-load by hand - no special tool needed
  • Progressive-rate spring
  • Deflective disc valving
  • Sold as a pair
  • Made in USA

Notes:

  • Depending on model, your stock shock length is 12" to 13"
  • Shock lengths are measured fully extended, eyelet to eyelet on centers
  • A change in height at one end of the bike may require a change at the other
  • Changing ride height can potentially change the trail and mechanical trail
  • Heavy Duty shocks are recommended for bikes operated at or near the OEM maximum load rating over 50% of the time
  • Prior to purchasing shocks that are different than your OEM length, please verify that wheel and suspension travel can be altered without causing clearance issues to the swingarm, axle, frame, tire, fender, chain/belt and guard, and exhaust

Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • The 11 1/2" and 12" lengths are recommended for 2006-Up Touring models only
  • Will not fit Trike models
This Product Fits:
Harley Davidson
Electra Glide Classic FLHTC/I 19842013
Electra Glide Special FLHX 1984
Electra Glide Sport FLHS 1984, 19871993
Electra Glide Standard FLHT/I 19842009
Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU/I 19872016
Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low FLHTCUL 2015, 2016
Electra Glide Ultra Limited FLHTK 20102016
Electra Glide Ultra Limited Low FLHTKL 2015, 2016
FLH 1984, 1985
Road Glide Custom FLTRX 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Road Glide FLTR/I 19982009
Road Glide FLTRX 2015, 2016
Road Glide Special FLTRXS 2015, 2016
Road Glide Ultra FLTRU 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016
Road King Classic FLHRC/I 19942013
Road King Custom FLHRS/I 19952012
Road King FLHR/I 19942016
Street Glide FLHX/I 20062016
Street Glide Special FLHXS 2014, 2015, 2016
Tour Glide Classic FLTC/I 19841991
Tour Glide FLT 19841991
Tour Glide Ultra Classic FLTCU/I 19891995
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Standard 11 1/2" / Black 899797 4444059B/444-4059B In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 11 1/2" / Chrome 899798 4444059C/444-4059C In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 12" / Black 899801 4444061B/444-4061B In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 12" / Chrome 899802 4444061C/444-4061C Only 1 Left: Ships next business day
Standard 12 1/2" / Black 899744 4444001B/444-4001B In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 12 1/2" / Chrome 899745 4444001C/444-4001C Only 1 Left: Ships next business day
Standard 13" / Black 899746 4444002B/444-4002B In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 13" / Chrome 899747 4444002C/444-4002C In Stock: Ships next business day
Standard 13 1/2" / Chrome 899748 4444003C/444-4003C In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 11 1/2" / Black 899799 4444060B/444-4060B In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 11 1/2" / Chrome 899800 4444060C/444-4060C In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 12" / Black 899795 4444058B/444-4058B In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 12" / Chrome 899796 4444058C/444-4058C In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 12 1/2" / Black 899761 4444019B/444-4019B In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 12 1/2" / Chrome 899762 4444019C/444-4019C Only 3 Left: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 13" / Black 899763 4444020B/444-4020B In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 13" / Chrome 899764 4444020C/444-4020C In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 13 1/2" / Black 899765 4444021B/444-4021B In Stock: Ships next business day
Heavy Duty 13 1/2" / Chrome 899766 4444021C/444-4021C Only 3 Left: Ships next business day

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Progressive 444 Series Shocks For Harley Touring 1984-2016 5 5 1 1
They Deliver the Goods I purchased these shocks mainly because the air shocks on my 2015 Road King were leaking air, no matter what I did to seal them. I think this was an internal problem with the right shock. They were also bottoming out occasionally. I was able to prevent this by pumping up more air but this was resulting in a harsh ride. I mean; very harsh. They were too sensitive to the "sweet spot" in terms of air pressure. Nevertheless, I would not replace them if keeping them at this sweet spot was not a gruelling exercise for me. I finally decided to try an upgrade. Since I am 6'7" tall, my intention was not lowering my ride height with the Progressive shocks. To the opposite, I would like to increase my rear suspension travel a bit. I ride solo most of the time. As you may have noticed, the product information page reads “Heavy Duty shocks are recommended for bikes operated at or near the OEM maximum load rating over 50% of the time”. In view of this advice, I was inclined to buy the 444’s with standard springs. However, after exchanging a few e-mails with Progressive Suspension, I opted for the heavy duty springs. I got prompt replies and good advice. They recommend heavy duty springs for individual riders weighting 250+ pounds. I weigh 245 pounds and I carry about 25 pounds of stuff at all times in my saddlebags. Therefore, at least 270 pounds are always on board. I also consulted them on their 13.5” shocks, because my OEM shock size is 13”. They wrote: “you are not losing any sort of performance or hindering the capabilities of the bike with that half inch. If anything, just adding a bit more travel and comfortability”. Revzilla shipped my order immediately. I installed my 13.5” heavy duty 444’s today. Installation was easy but if you also opt for the 13.5”, do not expect bolt-on installation in the strictest sense of the word. With OEM shocks removed and the bike on jack, the rear wheel did not drop low enough for the eyes of the 444’s to readily align. The rear wheel axle nut hit my Screaming Eagle Street Cannon slip-on, preventing further wheel drop. This was not a big deal though. Not even a deal at all, provided that the retaining screws of the slip-on are removed. This gave me enough clearance and my new shocks fitted nicely and trouble free. The provided bushings and washers were spot on. I could not see the reference marks on the shocks, as shown at the instructions sheet. I made my own marks with a Dremel. With zero pre-Ioad adjustment (collars fully to the minimum), suspension sag with me on the bike and my usual stuff in the saddlebags exceeded 2”. Instructions call for 1” so I tightened the collars. After 6 full turns, sag dropped to 1.5”. My inner voice told me to test ride before proceeding. The ride was not particularly plush but nothing like harsh, either. I went to bumpy roads that I am familiar with. I crossed patches and undulations where my OEM shocks were occasionally and slightly bottoming out at their optimal setting. The 444’s did not bottom at all. Not even once. Not even slightly. I stopped, I removed my saddlebags and I returned to zero pre-load to see how much or how hard they would bottom. To my surprise, bottoming was occasional and slight. This was comparable to the optimal setting of my OEM air shocks. I knew that at this setting of my 444’s (no pre-load), sag was in excess of 2”. I tried 3 full turns. This resulted in a bit more comfortable ride, again without any bottoming at all. I left the pre-load adjusters as they are, for now. I need to ride more, under different conditions, to find their “sweetest spot”. On the other hand, I know that I will be able to ride comfortably without bottoming, because I already am. The rear end appeared to be reassuringly planted in a few sharp curves. I will further test this on fast sweepers before finalizing my setup. This “sweetest spot” will be my solo setting. I will note it down for easy re-adjustment after a two-up tour. I think two-up will require maximum pre-load but I shall see. Once I know my final solo and two-up settings, the mission will be accomplished. I will no longer be obsessed with suspensions settings and maintenance. I will no longer have to resort to my suspension air pump every so often. This is what I was expecting from Progressive 444 shocks before buying them. I am already confident that they fit the bill. Longevity is another matter. Only time and miles will tell. However, lifetime warranty must be suggestive of robustness. Or, so I hope. January 11, 2016
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