Progressive 440 Series Cruiser Dual Shocks

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
Q: What is the difference between the 440 and the 412 series shocks?
Over 3 years ago
Just wanted to know what the difference is between the 412 and the 440 series?
MotosportStaff
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: 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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