Burly Brand Slammer Kit
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Burly Brand Slammer Kit• Combination of dropped fork springs and stubby shocks• Fork spring kit down not require dissassembly of the forks• Box to bike in under an hour with basic tools
|Manufacturer Part Number:||B28-1000||Position:||Front, Rear|
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baltimonster Posted :
Great product. Easy to install, easy to adjust. Shorter kickstand not needed but highly recommended, unless you're confident your bike won't get hit by winds over 5 mph. Need special socket for front forks, and will need to take off handlebars. Decent vid on youtube for reference.
sam m Posted :
Real easy to install but be ready for a ridged ride
andythrax Posted :
Perfect, what you want.
sportsterdude.248 Posted :
Everything you need is included!
megocode3 Posted :
Looks great and easy to install. Little worried about the rear tire rubbing against the wiring under the rear fender but so far hasn't been a problem.
Jaydog23 Posted :
Very easy install. Good instructions and made my bike handle much better. Shorter kickstand would be a good idea.
dcharette78 Posted :
This was the great, easy to install the only draw back is the stiff ride but the bike looks sweet
freepa Posted :
This was a great purchase!
emwperformance Posted :
Absolutely amazing product, I wish the Black version was out when I bought these. Other than that I would HIGHLY suggest a springer seat as the ride is about as close to a hardtail as you can get.
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