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Progressive Suspension Stock Length Fork Spring Kit

J&P Cycles Part Number: 230-333

Manufacturer Part Number: 11-1525

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Description

Description for Progressive Suspension Stock Length Fork Spring Kit

• The 'Original' Progressive Rate Fork Springs soak up the small road bumps, yet are firm enough to absorb the molar-rattling ones

• Spring rates have been chosen to reduce front end "dive" during braking, yet still provide excellent ride comfort

• Lifetime fork spring warranty

• Progressive Rate Fork Springs have several advantages over straight rate springs, advantage of a rising rate resistance to compression this helps in varying road conditions from small road imperfections to pothole filled roads

• The benefit of this is progressive spring rate is that the spring can be soft enough at the start of the travel to offer a "plush" ride, yet be firm enough at the end of the travel to soak up the big bumps

• Ideal performance improvement when installing chrome lower forks

• They eliminate sag, reduce nose dive under braking, improve stability and increase ride comfort

• Sold in sets that include correct spacers for the application

Product Specs

Product Specs for Progressive Suspension Stock Length Fork Spring Kit

Diameter:
49mm
Manufacturer Part Number:
11-1525
Material:
Steel
Sold in Units:
Kit
Warehouse Part Number:
1046045
Fitment
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Compatible Models

Harley-Davidson® Models

  • Dyna Fat Bob CVO FXDFSE2 : 2010
  • Dyna Fat Bob FXDF : 2008–2014, 2016–2017
  • Dyna Low Rider EFI FXDLI : 2006
  • Dyna Low Rider FXDL : 2007–2017
  • Dyna Street Bob EFI FXDBI : 2006
  • Dyna Street Bob FXDB : 2007–2017
  • Dyna Street Bob FXDBB : 2015–2016
  • Dyna Street Bob FXDBP : 2013–2016
  • Dyna Super Glide 35th Anniversary EFI FXDI35 : 2006
  • Dyna Super Glide Custom Anniversary FXDC : 2013
  • Dyna Super Glide Custom EFI FXDCI : 2006
  • Dyna Super Glide Custom FXDC : 2007–2014
  • Dyna Super Glide EFI FXDI : 2006
  • Dyna Super Glide FXD : 2007–2010
  • Dyna Wide Glide EFI FXDWGI : 2006
  • Dyna Wide Glide FXDWG : 2007–2008, 2010–2017
  • Softail Breakout FXSB : 2013–2017
  • Softail Rocker C FXCWC : 2008–2011
  • Softail Rocker FXCW : 2008–2009
  • V-Rod CVO VRSCSE : 2005
  • V-Rod NHRA Commemorative Edition VRSCX : 2007
  • V-Rod Night Rod Special VRSCDX : 2007–2011
  • V-Rod Night Rod VRSCD : 2006–2008
  • V-Rod Street Rod VRSCR : 2006–2007
  • V-Rod VRSCA : 2002–2006
  • V-Rod VRSCAW : 2007–2010
  • V-Rod VRSCB : 2004–2005
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews for Progressive Suspension Stock Length Fork Spring Kit

Overall Rating

5 out of 5 stars (based on 71 reviews)

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chopperjb

Much better than stock

jimmyjam0080

These springs are the perfect match for the progressive rear shocks I purchased also, great suspension set up for my FXDB..

dynassauro

Great purchase! JP customer`s service was awesome and shipping and delivery time was impressive. TKS!

ljandy21

they work great in my Dyna by adding stability in hard riding and a smooth ride on the hiway.

superdoug02

Bike rides better than when it was new. Rode the stelvio pass 2 days after installation and couldnt have asked for a better ride

jim768

I was looking for more stability but what I found was a smoother ride. I didn't think my 07 DYNA rode rough before but the difference is like night and day. What a smooth ride! Very easy to install. I used a wine cork and a BBQ skewer to measure the required amount of oil. I don't think I ever bought a Harley part for under $100 that made as much difference.

resparza

Cheap upgrade for the improvements gained. The springs work so much better than stock, it makes me resent H-D for spec'ing out the bike with such cheapness. Although a pretty straight forward job it does require a stable jack/lift and a good relialbe helper. My awesome girlfriend was paitent and stong and assertive when needed. You'll be lucky to have half of what I had :) Getting the fork caps back on was the most difficult part. Get a good fork-cap socket and an extension and you'll have a better handle to put down the required force to get the caps re-threaded. I was pushing down on the assembly while she used a wrench to twist on the fork cap socket. Good luck and enjoy the smoother more confident stability of your new fork :)

rblce

put these on a 2013 FXDWG. they stopped the front fork dive I was getting at red lights. Bike front forks were dipping when I would come to a stop. had a lot of spring action. The Progressive springs stopped 90% of it. great buy!

jeffru6475

say goodbye to front end dive and hello to improved handling

roadturtle

Easy to install. Instructions were clear and bike rides better. No more front end sag coming to a stop. Took me a couple days, but I've never pulled the front end off so had a bit of a learning curve to overcome and needed some tools for my 2010 fxdf.

Warranty Information

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