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Progressive Fork Springs For Triumph 2001-2015
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Progressive Suspension Fork Springs For Triumph

Progressive springs offer a softer initial spring rate for a plush ride. Progressively wound design provides increased resistance to bottoming out as spring compresses. Improves handling while retaining OEM geometry.


  • Made in the USA
  • Sold in pairs
This Product Fits:
Bonneville 20012015
Bonneville T100 20022015
Scrambler 20062015
Thruxton 20042015
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Progressive Fork Springs For Triumph 2001-2015 903061 111126/11-1126 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Cheapest, best upgrade yet I have only been riding a few months so I'm not expert, but I've experienced a really sloppy riding feeling on the stock bonneville. Things like basic stops with front brake would cause the bike to dip forward even when just tapped. These new springs are night and day. I took the bike for a spin after installing and aggressively used the front brake, hit a ton of speed bumps, and took some aggressive turns and the bike handles completely differently now. Work the $90 and half hour of my time. Best upgrade yet. October 21, 2015
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Progressive Fork Springs For Triumph 2001-2015
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Stan K: Progressive is a name brand and you have the best price for no shipping. Mar 2, 2015
A shopper asked: What is the spring rate and/or rider weight range these springs are intended for?

Nobody, from Sturgis to MotoGP, should ever ride with springs that aren't matched to their weight, front or rear. I only say this because the stock fork springs on my bike are *not* suitable for my weight and the forks are not preload adjustable - the only other option is to get the springs exactly right.
Nov 19, 2014
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John M asked: Anyone know if these come with a spacer or if i have to figure out how to cut my existing spacer? Oct 17, 2015
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Peter H: The springs come with a length of PVC about 8 inches, that you can cut. It also includes a guide for how long to cut the PVC based on what bike you have. I found it to be a little off though. it said I should cut 3 inch spacers for my bonneville but the ride was very harsh. I ended up going to a shop and having them cut my stock spacers to about 2.5" rides great now. Oct 19, 2015
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Jason G: I had to make my own spacer. I went to a Lowes and got a metal tube cut. The length will depend on how much preload you want. I would suggest checking out he triumph forums for more info about the length of the spacer. Oct 18, 2015
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John M: came with spacer. Cut to 2.75 inches with a hacksaw. It was tough getting the fork cap back on but these are awesome springs and the bike handles completely different now. Thanks! Oct 21, 2015
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Charlie S: Spacers are included. Oct 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these springs fit a 2012 Bonneville SE Mag 17" wheel? I've heard the springs are shorter for the SE compared to the T100, Thruxton, and Scrambler. Apr 12, 2015
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