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Progressive Suspension Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C

  • Part #:
    582689
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    412-4234C
Our Price: $299.95
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Overview of Progressive Suspension Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C

Progressive Suspension is the largest aftermarket motorcycle suspension manufacturer in the United States.

  • Gas-charged shocks designed especially for cruiser bikes
  • Multistage, velocity-sensitive internal valving adjusts automatically to road conditions
  • Progressively wound springs provide excellent ride and handling
  • Easily adjustable spring pre-load cam lets you compensate for different loads and ride characteristics

Specs for Progressive Suspension Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C

Length 12 in.
Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 10.68 lbs

Cross reference number(s):

13100066

Specs for Progressive Suspension Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C

Length 12 in.
Type Shock Absorber
Units Pair
Weight 10.68 lbs

Fitment for Progressive Suspension Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C

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Part 582689 fits the following machines

Honda
  • 2000 Honda GL1500C Valkyrie
  • 1999 Honda GL1500C Valkyrie
  • 1998 Honda GL1500C Valkyrie
  • 1997 Honda GL1500C Valkyrie
  • 2003 Honda GL1500CD Valkyrie
  • 2002 Honda GL1500CD Valkyrie
  • 2001 Honda GL1500CD Valkyrie
  • 2001 Honda GL1500CF Valkyrie Interstate
  • 2000 Honda GL1500CF Valkyrie Interstate
  • 1999 Honda GL1500CF Valkyrie Interstate
  • 2000 Honda GL1500CT Valkyrie Tourer
  • 1999 Honda GL1500CT Valkyrie Tourer
  • 1998 Honda GL1500CT Valkyrie Tourer
  • 1997 Honda GL1500CT Valkyrie Tourer
  • 2009 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2008 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2007 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2006 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2005 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2004 Honda VTX1300C
  • 2009 Honda VTX1300R
  • 2008 Honda VTX1300R
  • 2007 Honda VTX1300R
  • 2006 Honda VTX1300R
  • 2005 Honda VTX1300R
  • 2007 Honda VTX1300S
  • 2006 Honda VTX1300S
  • 2005 Honda VTX1300S
  • 2004 Honda VTX1300S
  • 2003 Honda VTX1300S
  • 2009 Honda VTX1300T
  • 2008 Honda VTX1300T
  • 2007 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2006 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2005 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2004 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2003 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2002 Honda VTX1800C
  • 2007 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2006 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2005 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2004 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2003 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2002 Honda VTX1800R
  • 2006 Honda VTX1800S
  • 2005 Honda VTX1800S
  • 2004 Honda VTX1800S
  • 2003 Honda VTX1800S
  • 2002 Honda VTX1800S
  • 2007 Honda VTX1800T
Kawasaki
  • 1997 Kawasaki VN1500D Vulcan Classic
  • 1996 Kawasaki VN1500D Vulcan Classic
  • 2005 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2004 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2003 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2002 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2001 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2000 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 1999 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 1998 Kawasaki VN1500E Vulcan Classic
  • 2001 Kawasaki VN1500G Vulcan Nomad
  • 2000 Kawasaki VN1500G Vulcan Nomad
  • 1999 Kawasaki VN1500G Vulcan Nomad
  • 2000 Kawasaki VN1500J Vulcan Drifter
  • 1999 Kawasaki VN1500J Vulcan Drifter
  • 2004 Kawasaki VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
  • 2003 Kawasaki VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
  • 2002 Kawasaki VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
  • 2001 Kawasaki VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
  • 2000 Kawasaki VN1500L Vulcan Nomad Fi
  • 2008 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2007 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2006 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2005 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2002 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2001 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2000 Kawasaki VN1500N Vulcan Classic Fi
  • 2005 Kawasaki VN1500R Vulcan Drifter
  • 2004 Kawasaki VN1500R Vulcan Drifter
  • 2003 Kawasaki VN1500R Vulcan Drifter
  • 2002 Kawasaki VN1500R Vulcan Drifter
  • 2001 Kawasaki VN1500R Vulcan Drifter
  • 2008 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2007 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2006 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2005 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2004 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2003 Kawasaki VN1600A Vulcan Classic
  • 2006 Kawasaki VN1600E Vulcan Classic
Triumph
  • 2009 Triumph Rocket III 2300
  • 2008 Triumph Rocket III 2300
  • 2007 Triumph Rocket III 2300
  • 2006 Triumph Rocket III 2300
  • 2005 Triumph Rocket III 2300
  • 2004 Triumph Rocket III 2300
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awesome purchase
this was one fo the smartes things i've modified on my bike. very easy to install. looks great! and you feel an instant change with the new shocks.
March 11, 2011
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Progressive 418 vmax shocks 12.5"
Just installed these on my 1996 vmax, adjusted them up and went for ride. Buy these shocks!!! Don`t know why I waited to get these. They are the perfect mach for the progressive springs in front with lowering kit. Great service from Dennis kirk again. Fit and finish on the shocks are excellent. Went with the non heavy duty units, and with my girlfriend and I on it approx 325lbs, shocks on firmest setting, 1-1/2" sag. I`m 200lbs, so perfect for 1 up riding, nice and soft for both of us. Highly recommend these shocks!
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Okay Purchase
I can't say I'm overly excited about these shocks. I find them only somewhat softer than the stock shocks. They look significantly better than stock but I was hoping their ride would be much better. I do find a slightly less bone jarring ride than with the stock shocks but I honestly thought it would be more significant. I would however still recommend them for the price.
July 23, 2012
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What is the difference between the Progressive Shocks: 412-4229C,4234C and 4230C?
MikeM on Nov 27, 2016
Chrome 412 Series 12
Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4234C
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Chrome 412 Series 11.5" Heavy Duty Dual Shock Assembly - 270/315 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4230C
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Chrome 412 Series 12" Dual Shock Assemblies - 210/250 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 412-4229C
BEST ANSWER: Just got off the phone with Tech Support. The 412-4230 C drops the seat height by 1/2". Both the 4230 & 4234 are heavy duty. If you normally ride with >250# on the bike (rider, passenger and/or gear) this was his recommendation. If your load is <250#, go with the 4229, which is OEM spec.
Me and wife weight 430 lbs are they good for are weight?
Steven W on Aug 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: should be, every time I have made the change to progressive I have been over joyed. You might want to check the specs, if you can get a longer than stock length, you might be better off as that increases your range of adjust-ability,.
How much lower will these shocks be from my factories ones?
David m on May 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These are 12" eye to eye, you'll have to measure your stock ones

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