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Burly Brand Springer Fork Lowering Kit

Burly Brand Springer Fork Lowering Kit
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Everyday Low Price: $149.99

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J&P Part: 230-566

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Instructions  230-566.pdf

This product was proudly made in the USA Made In The USA

Burly Brand Springer Fork Lowering Kit

• Quick and easy way to lower front forks 1-1/2″ for a custom look

• Includes chrome compression springs, spring spacers and bushings

• Requires 230-479 spring compressor tool to install

Product Specs

  • Finish: Chrome
  • Manufacturer Part Number: B28-115
  • Material: Steel
  • Sold in Units: Kit


Harley-Davidson® Models

  • Softail Bad Boy FXSTSB : 1995–1997
  • Softail Cross Bones FLSTSB : 2008–2011
  • Softail Heritage Springer Classic EFI FLSTSCI : 2005–2006
  • Softail Heritage Springer Classic FLSTSC : 2005–2006
  • Softail Heritage Springer EFI FLSTSI : 2001–2003
  • Softail Heritage Springer FLSTS : 1997–2003
  • Softail Springer EFI FXSTSI : 2001–2004, 2006
  • Softail Springer FXSTS : 1989–2006

Customer Reviews


Nice fit, lowered as advertised, went on easy, nice look


good for the money - lose a little travel, Bike still handles fine


This unit is GREAT. I have ordered this product twice now for both Heritage Springers. It lowers the front end with no problems and still gives you a great ride.


Very easy to install, good chrome, maintains stock look and leaves nothing to guessing.


I've been looking for a while now for something that would let me lower my '06 Springer Softail Claasic. I've seen this kit in J&P and other catalogs for a while now, but until recently, the listings always said specifically it wouldn't work with and FLSTS or FLSTSC/I (could never figure out why, since the FX and FL springer is basically the same). For anyone else who's confused, I can tell you it works fine. It lowers the front end the adverstised 1 1/2 inches, without any problems. I was especially worried about my front fender hitting the acorn nuts under the compression fork, but it hasn't happened yet. It would have be a pretty big jolt for any contact. I'm thinking of adding the aftermarket springer shock for more protection.


Only fits aftermarket springers built to OEM H-D specs. Will NOT work on springers built by DNA....