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Progressive Suspension Heavy Duty 422 Series Shocks with RAP

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Everyday Low Price: $749.99

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J&P Part: 504-846

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Description

Progressive Suspension Heavy Duty 422 Series Shocks with RAP

• Steel-bodied, monotube dampers, wrapped with a black powder-coated, progressive-rate steel coil spring

• The dampers feature a nitrogen charge that eliminates cavitation and creates a consistent ride performance with no fading

• The 422 series is a fully adjustable Softail shock, with adjustable ride height and spring pre-load

• The shocks are impressive with a show chrome quality cover that includes 4 ports for coil spring visibility

• RAP (or Remote Adjustable Preload) and it combines their high performance shocks with a remote preload adjuster

• Conveniently located behind the left passenger peg, their RAP system allows for easy turning of the shocks to account for changing loads or the addition of a passenger

Product Specs

  • Adjustable: Yes
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Full Covers: Yes
  • Gas Filled: Yes
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 422-4102C
  • Sold in Units: Pair
  • Standard or Heavy Duty: Heavy Duty

Fitment

Harley-Davidson® Models

  • Softail Blackline FXS : 2012–2013
  • Softail Breakout CVO FXSBSE : 2013–2014
  • Softail Breakout FXSB : 2013–2014
  • Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE : 2010
  • Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE2 : 2011
  • Softail Convertible CVO FLSTSE3 : 2012
  • Softail Cross Bones FLSTSB : 2008–2011
  • Softail Custom FXSTC : 2007–2010
  • Softail Deluxe CVO FLSTNSE : 2014
  • Softail Deluxe EFI FLSTNI : 2005–2006
  • Softail Deluxe FLSTN : 2006–2014
  • Softail Deuce CVO FXSTDSE : 2003
  • Softail Deuce CVO FXSTDSE2 : 2004
  • Softail Deuce EFI FXSTDI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Deuce FXSTD : 2000–2007
  • Softail Fat Boy Anniversary FLSTF : 2013
  • Softail Fat Boy CVO FLSTFSE : 2005
  • Softail Fat Boy CVO FLSTFSE2 : 2006
  • Softail Fat Boy EFI FLSTFI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Fat Boy Firefighter FLSTF : 2010
  • Softail Fat Boy FLSTF : 2000–2014
  • Softail Fat Boy Lo Anniversary FLSTFB : 2013
  • Softail Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB : 2010–2014
  • Softail Fat Boy Peace Officer FLSTF : 2010
  • Softail Fat Boy Police EFI FLSTFI : 2006
  • Softail Fat Boy Shrine FLSTF : 2009–2010
  • Softail Fat Boy Shrine FLSTFI : 2005–2006
  • Softail Fat Boy Special FLSTFB : 2014
  • Softail Heritage Classic Anniversary FLSTC : 2013
  • Softail Heritage Classic EFI FLSTCI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Heritage Classic Firefighter FLSTC : 2010, 2013
  • Softail Heritage Classic FLSTC : 2000–2014
  • Softail Heritage Classic Peace Officer FLSTC : 2010, 2013
  • Softail Heritage Classic Police Special EFI FLSTCI : 2006
  • Softail Heritage Classic Shrine FLSTC : 2014
  • Softail Heritage Classic Shrine EFI FLSTCI : 2005–2006
  • Softail Heritage Classic Shrine FLSTC : 2009–2013
  • Softail Heritage EFI FLSTI : 2006
  • Softail Heritage FLST : 2000–2006, 2008–2010
  • Softail Heritage Springer Classic EFI FLSTSCI : 2005–2006
  • Softail Heritage Springer Classic FLSTSC : 2005–2007
  • Softail Heritage Springer EFI FLSTSI : 2001–2003
  • Softail Heritage Springer FLSTS : 2000–2003
  • Softail Night Train EFI FXSTBI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Night Train FXSTB : 2000–2009
  • Softail Rocker C FXCWC : 2008–2011
  • Softail Rocker FXCW : 2008–2009
  • Softail Slim FLS : 2012–2014
  • Softail Springer CVO FXSTSSE : 2007
  • Softail Springer CVO FXSTSSE2 : 2008
  • Softail Springer CVO FXSTSSE3 : 2009
  • Softail Springer EFI FXSTSI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Springer FXSTS : 2000–2006
  • Softail Standard EFI FXSTI : 2001–2006
  • Softail Standard FXST : 2000–2009, 2012–2014

Customer Reviews

  Posted:

One of the best mods I have done. The ability to change preload for solo or two up riding and the fantastic feel of the rear suspension are great reasons to do this upgrade. Did both shocks and monotubes in my garage. Two hours apiece. Heat gun, penetrating oil and some gentle persuasion release the rear shock bolts. The front forks are a piece of cake.

  Posted:

Ok... was a bit skeptical that this Progressive Shock could be that good. However, bought it and figured I would let Harley install it. Well, the Harley mechanic ( a good friend) came out and said it was the best shock he had ever put on a bike He said it was easily 5 times the quality and build of the stock Harley shock. The ride... absolute difference. Small road bumps that I would tense up for before.... now, just a smooth glide. Perfect choice!

  Posted:

Love this part