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Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05512

  • Part #:
    584994
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    17-05512

MSRP Price: $104.95

Our Price: $73.88

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$31.07 (30%)

Overview of Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05512

335mm eye/eye
  • Glossy black body
  • Short upper shroud with dual chrome springs upper collar
  • Stepped pre-load adjuster
  • Includes 10, 12 and 14mm bushings
  • Sold in pairs

    Included Items:
    (2) Black shocks with chrome springs
    (12) 1/2" black rubber spacers
    (8) 1/2" washers
    (4) Inserts

Specs for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05512

Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 7.85 lbs

Specs for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05512

Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 7.85 lbs

Fitment for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05512

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Part 584994 fits the following machines

Kawasaki
  • 1978 Kawasaki KZ1000A
  • 1977 Kawasaki KZ1000A
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ1000B Ltd
  • 1979 Kawasaki KZ1000B Ltd
  • 1978 Kawasaki KZ1000B Ltd
  • 1977 Kawasaki KZ1000B Ltd
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ1000D Z1R
  • 1978 Kawasaki KZ1000D Z1R
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ1000E ST/Shaft
  • 1979 Kawasaki KZ1000E ST/Shaft
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ1000M CSR
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ1000M CSR
  • 1983 Kawasaki KZ1000R Lawson Replica
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ1000R Lawson Replica
  • 1983 Kawasaki KZ1100A
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ1100A
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ1100A
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ1100B GPz
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ1100B GPz
  • 1983 Kawasaki KZ1100L Ltd
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ550A
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ550A
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ550A
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ550D GPz
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ750E
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ750E
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ750E
  • 1983 Kawasaki KZ750H Ltd
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ750H Ltd
  • 1981 Kawasaki KZ750H Ltd
  • 1980 Kawasaki KZ750H Ltd
  • 1982 Kawasaki KZ750R GPz
  • 1976 Kawasaki KZ900A
  • 1976 Kawasaki KZ900B Ltd
  • 1975 Kawasaki Z1 900
  • 1974 Kawasaki Z1 900
  • 1973 Kawasaki Z1 900
Suzuki
  • 1982 Suzuki GN400T
  • 1981 Suzuki GN400T
  • 1980 Suzuki GN400T
  • 1985 Suzuki GS300L
  • 1983 Suzuki GS300L
  • 1979 Suzuki GS425
  • 1983 Suzuki GS450E
  • 1982 Suzuki GS450E
  • 1981 Suzuki GS450E
  • 1980 Suzuki GS450E
  • 1983 Suzuki GS450GA
  • 1982 Suzuki GS450GA
  • 1983 Suzuki GS450L
  • 1982 Suzuki GS450L
  • 1981 Suzuki GS450L
  • 1980 Suzuki GS450L
  • 1981 Suzuki GS450S
  • 1980 Suzuki GS450S
  • 1982 Suzuki GS450T
  • 1981 Suzuki GS450T
  • 1983 Suzuki GS450TX
  • 1982 Suzuki GS450TX
  • 1980 Suzuki GS550
  • 1979 Suzuki GS550
  • 1978 Suzuki GS550
  • 1977 Suzuki GS550
  • 1983 Suzuki GS850G
  • 1982 Suzuki GS850G
  • 1981 Suzuki GS850G
  • 1980 Suzuki GS850G
  • 1979 Suzuki GS850G
  • 1982 Suzuki GS850GL
  • 1981 Suzuki GS850GL
  • 1980 Suzuki GS850GL
Yamaha
  • 1975 Yamaha RD250
  • 1974 Yamaha RD250
  • 1973 Yamaha RD250
  • 1975 Yamaha RD350
  • 1974 Yamaha RD350
  • 1973 Yamaha RD350
  • 1974 Yamaha TX650
  • 1973 Yamaha TX650
  • 1977 Yamaha XS360
  • 1976 Yamaha XS360
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Would you recommend this product?
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Would you recommend this product?
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Emgo shox 17-05512
I was concerned that the spring rates would be stout enough for my old 650 lb. 81 KZ1100A Kaw with saddlebags and trunk. Not to worry, folks. I hope the springs soften a bit and the shock valving "breaks in" with use. Actually, after a couple hundred miles they are settling in. They are listed on some sites for much lighter 500/550's- I think they would be like a hard-tail if they had the same springs. However, definitely recommend for heavier tourers, cruisers or two-up use. And DK had a great price & kwik shipping.
May 13, 2017
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Would you recommend this product?
Yes
STIFF
The shocks seem to damp well. But they are excessively overstiff even on the lightest setting. The description should have a specification of the spring stiffness in lbs/inch or similar units. Selling these to a friend as a used product and purchasing a different set. If you have a large heavy bike these MAY work for you.
May 16, 2017
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how are these shocks compared to stock shocks ?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Heavier springing than factory air shocks at maximum boost, and stronger compression and rebound damping. Firmer ride, greater load capacity and better bike control.

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