LA Choppers Big Shock Springs (Gray)- For Lowered Bikes With Passenger or Solo Riders 300lbs Plus- Harley Davdison Softail Models

LA Choppers Big Shock Springs (Gray)- For Lowered Bikes With Passenger or Solo Riders 300lbs Plus- Harley Davdison Softail Models
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Part Number: LA-8590-02
MSRP: 149.95
Price: $137.99   Please note that due to currency fluctuations between date of order and date of shipment there can be a change in the amount in the local currency
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  • Ideal for lowered Softails
  • Stronger than stock springs; prevent bottoming out
  • Big Red springs are recommended for solo riders; rated for 1200 psi
  • Big Blue springs are recommended if occasionally carrying a passenger or the rider weight is 220-290 lb.; rated for 1300 psi
  • Big Gray springs are for lowered machines that often carry passengers or the rider weight is 300+ lb.; rated for 1400 psi
  • Fits OEM and Progressive Suspension shock absorbers
  • Sold in pairs
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This accessory fits:

- Harley Davidson Softail
- Harley Davidson Softail Standard FXST
- Harley Davidson Heritage FLST


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Softail Models For Lowered Bikes With Passenger or Solo Riders 300lbs Plus- Harley Davdison Softail Models


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    i have 89 springer softail belt is rubbing on starter

    posted on 04/15/13 by
    tonyv1 (tonyv1) from , , wrote:

    i bout the gray  springs and put them in my o e m shocks no rubbing iam 300+ if i put a rider on the back it well rub i tried ultima adjustable shocks (not heavy duty) its ok but rider on the back it rub do you have any  ideas on what to do thanks tony v



     

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