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Progressive Suspension 412 Cruise Shocks For Harley Sportster
The perfect balance of a lowered stance and a quality ride. With the gas charged damper and five position pre-load adjuster combined with a flat-wire spring and a progressive main spring, the result is a lowered shock that rides like a traditional height unit. The 12.5" long shock sits around 11.5" under the weight of the bike, yet it utilizes the full stroke as terrain demands it.
- Available with black or chrome springs
- Made in the USA
- Sold as a pair
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- Harley Davidson
- Sportster Custom XL1200C 1996-2018
- Sportster Custom XL883C 1998-2009
- Sportster Deluxe XLH883DLX 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992
- Sportster Forty-Eight Special XL1200XS 2018
- Sportster Forty-Eight XL1200X 2010-2018
- Sportster Hugger XLH883HUG 1988-2003
- Sportster Iron XL1200NS 2018
- Sportster Iron XL883N 2009-2018
- Sportster Low/SuperLow XL883L 2005-2018
- Sportster Low XL1200L 2006-2011
- Sportster Nightster XL1200N 2007-2012
- Sportster Roadster XL1200CX 2016, 2017, 2018
- Sportster Roadster XL1200R 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
- Sportster Roadster XL883R 2002-2012
- Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- Sportster Sport XL1200S 1996-2003
- Sportster SuperLow XL1200T 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
- Sportster XL883 2004-2009
- Sportster XLH1100 1986, 1987, 1988
- Sportster XLH1200 1988-2003
- Sportster XLH883 1986-2003
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Reviews & Questions
Budget-wise I wanted to stay in the 412 price range. I was almost set to pull the trigger on a set of 12.5" heavy duty 412's. Based on my research it seemed like those might be a good option for me at 5'11" and 245 lbs (trying to get that down!) I only ride solo. Then I started looking at the 412 Cruiser. The description sounded good - minimal change in ride height but up to 12.5" of travel. I couldn't find much about these online in the way of reviews. There was no standard or heavy duty option for these so I called Progressive once more to see if they would be right for my weight. The tech said I was right on the edge but I should be fine with that model. With only one size and no spring options, my choice paralysis was cured and I ordered a set.
I've got about 300 miles on them at this point and so far I'm very happy. The ride height was raised about an inch I'd say. When I first sat on the bike they felt a little spongy at the lowest pre-load so I cranked up one notch. A little firm but forgiving. I stuck with that. That first ride I went down roads with bumps and railroad tracks that I knew would have jack hammered my spine previously. No ill effects and no bottoming out. Cool! I rode down to one of the county roads near my house that is in serious need of resurfacing. Very rough and riddled with small pot holes. Normally I'd stay up on the pegs for a road section like this but now I was able to stay seated with no bottoming out and no sharp hits on the spine. Looks like I picked a winner. Only problem now is that it has become obvious that the front suspension is just as bad as the rear was. I see a set of Progressive fork springs in my future.
over 2 years ago
1 year ago
These shocks add about an inch of height to the rear of the bike, but the difference is amazing. The bike never seems to bottom out anymore and unexpected bumps and holes no longer result in brain trauma. Looks-wise, I am not crazy about the grey plastic spring at the bottom, even though I know it adds a bit of extra extension travel to the shock. But other than that they look, and more importantly, function great. Just keep in mind, that extra inch of rear height means you will have to re-aim your headlight, and the bike leans over a bit more with the stock kick-stand. Not a big deal.
Now I have to do the fork springs!
over 2 years ago
1 year ago