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Sale Price: $269.96 Regularly: $299.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $269.96
J&P Part: 701-738
Gas Filled: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number: 412-4044C
Sold in Units: Pair
Standard or Heavy Duty: Heavy Duty
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A lot more comfortable than the stock shocks on my Street Bob for longer rides.
Very quick delivery (shipped USA 10/17/14 - arrived in Switzerland 10/23/14) - good price and quality
Got these shocks for my '97 FXDWG. I live in New England where the roads are bumpy and pot holes are everywhere. I and my wife are a ride weight of about 450 together; they shocks can take more. These have really improved her comfort and the handling of the bike. Also the install was a breeze.
shocks came on time, were easy to install and give my dyna a smooth ride.
Easy to install, fit perfectly on my 2009 FXDC. Lowered my bike and kept a reasonably smooth ride 2-up.
Great shock, great price. These aren’t the most expensive shocks out there, and when you read all the technologies in the higher end shocks, it may seem like that’s the way to go. I ride hard, and my 412’s always give me at least twice as many miles as stock HD shocks.
bought for a bike i worked on the rider loves them