Biker's Choice Heavy Duty Shocks By Progressive Suspension

Biker's Choice Heavy Duty Shocks By Progressive Suspension
Biker's Choice Heavy Duty Shocks By Progressive Suspension

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4 Questions
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Location: Chattanooga TN
Q: I have a 1999 fxdl & I weigh 275 lb's. My hag wieghs 130 lb's. Shocks are 12.5" so whats the best shocks for my bike for my hag & myself?
28 days ago
We my hag & myself ride a 1999 fxdl with12.5" shocks. I WEIGH 275LB'S & she is 135lb's totalling 0ver 400lbs. Whats the best shocks to give us the best ride on my 1999 dyna low rider?
Location: El Paso, TX, USA
Q: Upgrade?
2 years 1 month ago
I have a 2000 Suzuki GZ250 and want to upgrade my factory shocks. What product do you recommend?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 1 month ago
A: Unfortunately we do not carry an after market shock for your 2000 Suzuki GZ250.
Location: Cumberland, RI, USA
Q: What model are these?
2 years 6 months ago
I have read on numerous forums that some of these progressive shocks are better than others. They mention models 412's, 418's, 430's, and 440's. Also, I weigh about 250 lbs, and notice I bottom out over speed bumps with my factory shocks, do I need the heavy duty shocks?
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
2 years 6 months ago
A: Yes, I would recommend going with the heavy duty shocks. They are designed for 2 passenger use or for riders over 200 lbs. You should not have an issue bottoming out with these shocks. The main difference between the shocks is mainly fitment, with exception of the 444 series that has the frequency sensing technology that allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping. Unfortunately the 444 series shocks are not currently available for the 2004 Harley Davidson Sportster Roadster XL1200R model.
Location: Costa Mesa, CA, USA
Q: Lowest position?
Over 3 years ago
Hi. I'm wondering what the lowest position this can be adjusted to? I'm 5'3" and would love to plant my feet on the ground and not be on my tiptoes. haha. How low can my bike be dropped? Thanks.
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: These are a non adjustable shock. The ride height can change slightly with the preload adjustment, but that is more to adjust for weight capacity rather than ride height. This is an 11" shock. If you measure the length of your stock shocks from bolt center to bolt center, you can compare how much this shock will affect your ride height.
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