Progressive 440 Series Cruiser Dual Shocks

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Progressive 440 Series Cruiser Dual Shocks
Progressive 440 Series Cruiser Dual Shocks
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  • Patented Inertia Sensitive dampening
  • 2 independent rebound damping circuits, soft (wheel) circuit and firm (chassis) circuit
  • Chrome and anodized billet aluminum end covers
  • Easily adjustable spring pre-load, no tools required
  • Polyurethane bushings
  • Powder-coat finish on the body
  • Black Nitride coated shock shaft, harder than chrome, impervious to rust and corrosion
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty on shock and springs

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Ant440 2 years 4 months ago
What is the difference between the 440 and the 412 series shocks?
Just wanted to know what the difference is between the 412 and the 440 series?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
If you were to check out the product descriptions on each shock, you will notice the differences there. The 440 series is a little more high end, with the components and finishes used in building them. Patented Inertia Sensitive dampening 2 independent rebound damping circuits, soft (wheel) circuit and firm (chassis) circuit. Chrome and anodized billet aluminum end covers. Easily adjustable spring pre-load, no tools required. Polyurethane bushings. Powder-coat finish on the body. Black Nitride coated shock shaft, harder than chrome, impervious to rust and corrosion. Limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty on shock and springs.
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