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Estimated price for orientation: 300 $

Category: Progressive Suspension


  • Manufactured from the finest materials available
  • Designed specifically for Harley models
  • The 412s simple, durable design makes them a cost effective improvement to your motorcycle’s suspension performance
  • A five position cam style spring load preload adjuster lets you easily dial in your ride
  • Available with either a standard or heavy duty progressive spring rates
  • There are multiple style options available, like full show chrome or black covers; or either chrome or black springs and end caps
  • Sold in pairs
  • Some or all shocks listed have TÜV approval. Refer to most recent TÜV certificate for current listing
  • Made in the U.S.A.
To use the 11” or 11.5” 412 shock on FXDWG models, the fender must be modified as follows: When the shock is compressed, the belt guard will hit the fender edge (see Figure 1). Trim the fender as shown in Figure 1 inset. After the fender is trimmed, install one shock with springs removed and compress shock to verify that belt guard clearance is sufficient. All shocks are measured center-of-eyelet to center-of-eyelet. CHR denotes chrome shock part numbers; BLK denotes black shock part numbers. When installing shocks on 86-13 XL models, it may be necessary to modify or space the chain/belt guard to allow proper clearance. A shock which is slightly longer than stock may alter the head angle slightly and provide somewhat quicker steering. A shock which is slightly shorter than stock may alter the head angle slightly and provide somewhat slower steering. For OEM shock lengths, see Quick Reference Guide in the back of the catalog. Heavy Duty Applications are recommended for bikes that are operated at or near the manufacturer’s maximum load rating over 50% of the time. Before purchasing or attempting to install shocks that are different than the OEM length, confirm that your wheel travel can be altered without causing clearance issues such as, swingarm/axle to exhaust contact as well as chain/belt guard or tire contact.