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Chrome Shock Springs for 12, 13 and 412 Series Dual Shocks - 75/120 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 03-1394C

  • Part #:
    58673
  • Mfg Part #:
    03-1394C
  • OEM/Ref#:
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Chrome Shock Springs for 12, 13 and 412 Series Dual Shocks - 75/120 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 03-1394C

  • Part #:
    58673
  • Mfg Part #:
    03-1394C
  • OEM/Ref#:
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Progressive Suspension Chrome Shock Springs for 12, 13 and 412 Series Dual Shocks - 75/120 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 03-1394C
  • Progressive dual rate springs
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Sold in pairs
Specifications
Part #: 58673
Mfg #: 03-1394C
Color Chrome
Type Spring
Units Pair
Weight 3.93 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
DS222014
Fitment for Progressive Suspension Chrome Shock Springs for 12, 13 and 412 Series Dual Shocks - 75/120 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 03-1394C

Part 58673 fits the following machines

Honda
  • CB360 1974
  • CB360G 1974
  • CB360T 1975-1976
  • CB400F Super Sport 1975-1977
  • CB450K Super Sport 1968-1972
  • CB500K 1971-1973
  • CB500T 1975-1976
  • CB550F Super Sport 1975-1977
  • CB550K 1974-1978
  • CB650 1979-1982
  • CB650C Custom 1980-1981
  • CJ360T 1976-1977
  • CL360K Scrambler 1974-1975
  • CL450K Scrambler 1968-1974
  • CM185T Twinstar 1978-1979
  • CM400A Hondamatic 1979-1981
  • CM400C Custom 1981
  • CM400E 1980-1981
  • CM400T 1979-1981
  • CM450A Hondamatic 1982-1983
  • CM450C Custom 1982
  • CM450E 1982-1983
  • FT500 Ascot 1982-1983
  • GB500 1989-1990
  • VF500C V30 Magna 1984-1985
Kawasaki
  • KH400A 1976-1978
  • KH500A 1976
  • KZ250D CSR 1981
  • KZ250L CSR 1982
  • KZ305A CSR 1981-1982
  • KZ305B CSR 1982
  • KZ305C Ltd 1981
  • KZ305D Ltd 1982
  • KZ400A Deluxe 1978
  • KZ400B 1978-1979
  • KZ400C 1978
  • KZ400H Ltd 1979
  • KZ440A Ltd 1980-1983
  • KZ440B 1980-1981
  • KZ440D Ltd 1980-1983
  • KZ440G 1982
  • KZ550A 1980-1983
  • KZ550C Ltd 1980-1983
  • KZ550D GPz 1981
  • KZ550F Spectre 1983
  • KZ650B 1977-1979
  • KZ650C Custom 1977-1979
  • KZ650D SR 1978-1979
  • KZ650E Ltd 1980
  • KZ650F 1980
  • KZ650H CSR 1981-1983
  • KZ750B 1976-1979
  • ZL600A 1986-1987
Moto Guzzi
  • 850 T/3 FB 1977-1978
  • 850 T/3 LAPD 1977
  • G 5 LAPD 1979
  • Robin 1977-1978
  • V 1000 Convert 1977, 1980-1981
  • V 50 1979
  • V 50 II 1980
  • V 50 III 1981-1983
  • V 50 Monza 1981-1983
Suzuki
  • GS250T 1980-1981
  • GS300L 1982-1983, 1985
  • GS400 1977-1978
  • GS400X 1977-1978
  • GS425 1979
  • GS425E 1979
  • GS425L 1979
  • GS450E 1980-1983
  • GS550 1977-1980
  • GS550E 1978
  • GS550T 1981
  • GS650E 1981-1982
  • GS650G 1981-1983
  • GS650GL 1981-1982
  • GS650M Katana 1983
  • GT185 Adventurer 1973-1977
  • GT250 Hustler 1973-1977
  • GT380 Sebring 1972-1977
  • GT500 1976-1977
Triumph
  • T140E 744 1983
  • T140E Bonneville 744 1978-1981
  • T140V Bonneville 744 1978
Yamaha
  • RD400 1976-1978
  • RD400 Daytona Special 1979
  • XJ550 Maxim 1981-1983
  • XJ550R Seca 1981-1983
  • XJ650 Maxim 1981-1983
  • XJ650 Maxim I 1980
  • XJ650L Midnight Maxim 1981
  • XJ650L Turbo Seca 1982-1983
  • XJ650R Seca 1982
  • XS650 1975-1979
  • XS650 Special II 1980-1981
  • XS650-2 Special II 1979
  • XS650S Heritage Special 1982-1983
  • XS650S Special 1978-1981

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What is the length of these springs?
Keith D on Dec 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 9 7/8"
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Heavy Duty
I often ride 2-up with my gf so I decided to get the HD springs. Progressive's website suggests using the HD ones if 50% or more of your riding time is spent with heavy loads. When it is just myself riding I set the preload to the lowest setting and they feel good without topping. I would suggest going heavy duty unless you never ride with a load or passenger. I'm 5'10" and 160lbs but ride with luggage and passenger a lot.
March 27, 2011
Perfect upgrade
Along with the Series 12 Shocks, made my 34 year old hands like new. If you are over 175 lbs, get the 105/150's. You will not be disappointed.
May 24, 2016
Detroit Lakes , MN
Ride:
2002 Kawasaki Concours 1000
Fit
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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120/170 springs on cx500
These springs are a little heavy for me on the cx500. Not the springs fault at all. I guessed wrong. Even though they are a little on the heavy side everything is nice and smooth with the Progressive shocks. Very happy with the purchase.
July 8, 2011
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