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Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05532

  • Part #: 584995
  • Manufacturer Part #: 17-05532

MSRP Price: $119.95

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Overview of Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05532

340mm eye/clevis
  • 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

Specs for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05532

Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 7.75 lbs

Specs for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05532

Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 7.75 lbs

Fitment for Emgo Classic Shocks - 17-05532

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Part 584995 fits the following machines

Honda
  • 1974 Honda CB350F Super Sport
  • 1973 Honda CB350F Super Sport
  • 1974 Honda CB360
  • 1977 Honda CB400F Super Sport
  • 1976 Honda CB400F Super Sport
  • 1975 Honda CB400F Super Sport
  • 1974 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1973 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1972 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1971 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1970 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1969 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1968 Honda CB450K Super Sport
  • 1973 Honda CB500K
  • 1972 Honda CB500K
  • 1971 Honda CB500K
  • 1976 Honda CB500T
  • 1975 Honda CB500T
  • 1977 Honda CB550F Super Sport
  • 1976 Honda CB550F Super Sport
  • 1975 Honda CB550F Super Sport
  • 1982 Honda CB650
  • 1981 Honda CB650
  • 1980 Honda CB650
  • 1979 Honda CB650
  • 1981 Honda CB650C Custom
  • 1980 Honda CB650C Custom
  • 1986 Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S
  • 1985 Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S
  • 1984 Honda CB700SC Nighthawk S
  • 1978 Honda CB750A Hondamatic
  • 1977 Honda CB750A Hondamatic
  • 1976 Honda CB750A Hondamatic
  • 1982 Honda CB750C Custom
  • 1981 Honda CB750C Custom
  • 1980 Honda CB750C Custom
  • 1978 Honda CB750F Super Sport
  • 1977 Honda CB750F Super Sport
  • 1976 Honda CB750F Super Sport
  • 1975 Honda CB750K
  • 1974 Honda CB750K
  • 1973 Honda CB750K
  • 1972 Honda CB750K
  • 1971 Honda CB750K
  • 1983 Honda CB750SC Nighthawk
  • 1982 Honda CB750SC Nighthawk
  • 1977 Honda CJ360T
  • 1976 Honda CJ360T
  • 1973 Honda CL350K Scrambler
  • 1972 Honda CL350K Scrambler
  • 1971 Honda CL350K Scrambler
  • 1970 Honda CL350K Scrambler
  • 1969 Honda CL350K Scrambler
  • 1975 Honda CL360K Scrambler
  • 1974 Honda CL360K Scrambler
  • 1974 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1973 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1972 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1971 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1970 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1969 Honda CL450K Scrambler
  • 1981 Honda CM400A Hondamatic
  • 1980 Honda CM400A Hondamatic
  • 1979 Honda CM400A Hondamatic
  • 1981 Honda CM400C Custom
  • 1981 Honda CM400E
  • 1980 Honda CM400E
  • 1981 Honda CM400T
  • 1980 Honda CM400T
  • 1979 Honda CM400T
  • 1983 Honda CM450A Hondamatic
  • 1982 Honda CM450A Hondamatic
  • 1982 Honda CM450C Custom
  • 1983 Honda CM450E
  • 1982 Honda CM450E
  • 1979 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
  • 1978 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
  • 1977 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
  • 1976 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
  • 1975 Honda GL1000 Gold Wing
  • 1973 Honda SL350K Motosport
  • 1972 Honda SL350K Motosport
  • 1971 Honda SL350K Motosport
  • 1970 Honda SL350K Motosport
  • 1969 Honda SL350K Motosport
Suzuki
  • 1979 Suzuki GS1000
  • 1978 Suzuki GS1000
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1000E
  • 1979 Suzuki GS1000E
  • 1978 Suzuki GS1000E
  • 1981 Suzuki GS1000G
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1000G
  • 1981 Suzuki GS1000GL L
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1000GL L
  • 1979 Suzuki GS1000L
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1000S
  • 1979 Suzuki GS1000S
  • 1982 Suzuki GS1000S Katana
  • 1983 Suzuki GS1100E
  • 1982 Suzuki GS1100E
  • 1981 Suzuki GS1100E
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1100E
  • 1980 Suzuki GS1100L L
  • 1983 Suzuki GS1100S Katana
  • 1979 Suzuki GS750
  • 1978 Suzuki GS750
  • 1977 Suzuki GS750
  • 1976 Suzuki RE5 Rotary
  • 1975 Suzuki RE5 Rotary
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Great update for old worn out shocks!
These shocks worked great on my 75 Goldwing. They look great, too! The only issue I had was that the stock upper mounts on my Goldwing were larger than 14mm, so I had to reuse the old bushings. Also, the new bushing would've been too narrow, and required a spacer. So it worked out pretty well!
August 19, 2016
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4 months ago
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Would you recommend this product?
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emgo classic shocks 17-05532
Mounting bushing were to small to fit my cb360. With the proper size drill bit and a battery drill i drilled them out and the installation was complete.Bike sits a little higher, but the ride is much better then the old worn out shocks.
November 1, 2016
Purchased
1 month ago
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How adjustable are these in height?
Jeremiah A on Aug 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These rear coil-over shocks have about 5 different settings, which in essence, would raise your rear end, given that nothing else changes. However, by increasing this "ride height", you will also increase the spring rate, making for a slightly rougher ride, versus the base setting. Keep that in mind when tuning your coil-overs to suit your needs. In addition, the shock stroke will not change, so if your mounts are further away or closer to each other than the stock Goldwing mounts, you may risk over-extending or bottoming out your shock, which could damage the valves and pistons inside the shock, or blow out the seal.
What is the spec from hole to hole?
A shopper on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 13.25 inches. I mounted these new shocks and springs on a 1978 Suzuki GS750. The shocks come with adapters for different sized mounting bolts. Progressively wound springs are a nice feature for varying loads. Shocks came with a spanner tool for pre-load adjustment. I weigh 165 pounds and rarely carry a passenger. Huge improvement over my leaking and worn out original shocks.

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