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Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks

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  • Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks
  • Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks
  • Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks
  • Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks
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Progressive Suspension 444 Series Shocks

• After more than a decade of ruling the roads with their famous 440 Series shocks with IAS, Progressive Suspension has unveiled another breakthrough design

• It is dubbed Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) for its unique ability to dynamically adjust damping as you ride

• Frequency Sensing Technology allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping for superior ride quality

• These shocks also feature deflective disc valving, hand adjustable spring pre-load (no special tools needed), and progressive rate springs

• High pressure gas charged for consistent performance

• Sold in pairs

• Lifetime Limited Warranty

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

Product Specs

Adjustable: Yes

Finish: Anodized

Gas Filled: Yes

Length: 13-1/2″

Manufacturer Part Number: 444-4021B

Sold in Units: Pair

Standard or Heavy Duty: Heavy Duty

Fitment

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Harley-Davidson® Models

Super Glide II FXR : 1982–1983
Super Glide Low Rider FXRS : 1982–1983
Super Glide Sport Glide FXRT : 1983
Touring Electra Glide Classic Anniversary FLHTC : 1988
Touring Electra Glide Classic CVO FLHTCSE : 2004
Touring Electra Glide Classic CVO FLHTCSE2 : 2005
Touring Electra Glide Classic EFI FLHTCI : 1996–2006
Touring Electra Glide Classic FLHTC : 1983–2013
Touring Electra Glide Police EFI FLHPEI : 2006
Touring Electra Glide Police EFI FLHTPI : 2005–2006
Touring Electra Glide Police FLHTP : 1986–2016
Touring Electra Glide Sport FLHS : 1987–1993
Touring Electra Glide Standard EFI FLHTI : 2003–2006
Touring Electra Glide Standard FLHT : 1983–1989, 1995–2009
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO Anniversary FLHTCUSE8 : 2013
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO EFI FLHTCUSE : 2006
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE2 : 2007
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE3 : 2008
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE4 : 2009
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE5 : 2010
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE6 : 2011
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE7 : 2012
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic CVO FLHTCUSE8 : 2013
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic EFI FLHTCUI : 1995–2006
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU : 1989–1998, 2005, 2007–2016
Touring Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low FLHTCUL : 2015–2016
Touring Road Glide Custom CVO Anniversary FLTRXSE2 : 2013
Touring Road Glide Custom CVO FLTRXSE : 2012
Touring Road Glide Custom CVO FLTRXSE2 : 2013
Touring Road Glide Custom FLTRX : 2010–2013
Touring Road Glide CVO FLTRSE3 : 2009
Touring Road Glide EFI CVO FLTRSEI : 2000
Touring Road Glide EFI CVO FLTRSEI2 : 2001
Touring Road Glide EFI FLTRI : 1998–2006
Touring Road Glide FLTR : 1998–2009
Touring Road Glide FLTRX : 2015–2016
Touring Road Glide Special FLTRXS : 2015–2016
Touring Road Glide Ultra CVO FLTRUSE : 2011, 2015–2016
Touring Road Glide Ultra FLTRU : 2011–2013, 2016
Touring Road King Classic EFI FLHRCI : 1998–2006
Touring Road King Classic FLHRC : 2007–2015
Touring Road King Custom EFI FLHRSI : 2004–2006
Touring Road King Custom FLHRS : 2004–2007
Touring Road King CVO Anniversary FLHRSE5 : 2013
Touring Road King CVO EFI FLHRSEI : 2002
Touring Road King CVO EFI FLHRSEI2 : 2003
Touring Road King CVO FLHRSE3 : 2007
Touring Road King CVO FLHRSE4 : 2008
Touring Road King CVO FLHRSE5 : 2013
Touring Road King CVO FLHRSE6 : 2014
Touring Road King EFI FLHRI : 1996–2006
Touring Road King FLHR : 1994–2016
Touring Road King FLHR Anniversary : 2013
Touring Road King Police CA EFI FLHPEI : 2005–2006
Touring Road King Police CA FLHPE : 2007–2011
Touring Road King Police EFI FLHPI : 2005–2006
Touring Road King Police FLHP : 1996–2004, 2007–2016
Touring Road King Police FLHPI : 1996
Touring Street Glide CVO FLHXSE : 2010, 2015–2016
Touring Street Glide CVO FLHXSE2 : 2011
Touring Street Glide CVO FLHXSE3 : 2012
Touring Street Glide EFI FLHXI : 2006
Touring Street Glide FLHX : 2006–2016
Touring Street Glide Special FLHXS : 2014–2016
Touring Tour Glide Classic Anniversary FLTC : 1988
Touring Tour Glide Classic FLTC : 1981–1992
Touring Tour Glide FLT : 1980–1986
Touring Tour Glide Ultra Classic EFI FLTCUI : 1996
Touring Tour Glide Ultra Classic FLTCU : 1989–1995
Touring Ultra Limited Anniversary FLHTK : 2013
Touring Ultra Limited CVO FLHTKSE : 2014–2016
Touring Ultra Limited FLHTK : 2010–2016
Touring Ultra Limited Low FLHTKL : 2015–2016

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:
5/5 based on 1 rating

5 by

I bought and installed these shocks at Daytona Bike Week and rode back to Virginia on them. I have a 2008 Electraglide. I've put about 1500 miles on them so far. WAY better than the old stock air shocks (had 30,000 miles on those, so they were getting mushy). I chose the 13.5" length, which is 1/2" longer than stock, and the heavy springs. I wanted the additional suspension stroke and to raise the bike up a bit to increase cornering clearance and reduce bottoming, especially with a passenger on board. Also, the "draggin' ass" look of lowered baggers looks goofy to me. I weigh 245 lbs, so with 150-200 lbs of passenger and stuff, I bottomed the old shocks regularly, and scraped the footboards frequently (even with the air pressure at max). THe new shocks are stiffer, but not what I would consider harsh, and I think that enhances control--I get less wallowing in high-speed turns, in fact, I can hardly notice it at all. I do ride long distances of 800+ miles per day, and while these are not as soft as the original shocks, I find them completely comfortable over those distances. You can spend way more, but end up less pleased. I strongly recommend the 444's for your touring bike.

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Important Product Notes

Note: When shocks are shorter than stock, clearance must be carefully checked for potentially dangerous interference.

Note: Standard Duty shocks are for ride loads under 225 lbs., Heavy Duty shocks are for ride loads regularly over 225 lbs.

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