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Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 40/65 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1144

  • Part #:
    58976
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    11-1144

MSRP Price: $97.00

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Overview of Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 40/65 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1144

  • Improved overall performance under all conditions
  • Soft initial resistance for a smooth ride under cruising conditions - progressively wound design combats bottoming in harsh conditions by increasing resistance as spring compresses
  • Stops front end droop and diving during braking while improving cornering stability
  • Sold in pairs

Specs for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 40/65 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1144

Type Spring
Units Pair
Weight 2.87 lbs

Cross reference number(s):

PS1144

Specs for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 40/65 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1144

Type Spring
Units Pair
Weight 2.87 lbs

Fitment for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 40/65 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1144

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Part 58976 fits the following machines

Honda
  • 1995 Honda CB1000
  • 1994 Honda CB1000
Kawasaki
  • 1993 Kawasaki ZX1100C Ninja ZX-11
  • 1992 Kawasaki ZX1100C Ninja ZX-11
  • 1991 Kawasaki ZX1100C Ninja ZX-11
  • 1990 Kawasaki ZX1100C Ninja ZX-11
  • 1999 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1998 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1997 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1996 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1995 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1994 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1993 Kawasaki ZX1100D Ninja ZX-11
  • 1990 Kawasaki ZX750H Ninja ZX-7
  • 1989 Kawasaki ZX750H Ninja ZX-7
Suzuki
  • 1990 Suzuki GSX-R750
  • 1989 Suzuki GSX-R750
  • 1988 Suzuki GSX-R750
Yamaha
  • 1990 Yamaha FZR1000
  • 1989 Yamaha FZR1000
  • 2007 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2006 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2005 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2004 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2003 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2002 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2001 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2000 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1999 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1998 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1997 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1996 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1995 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1994 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 1993 Yamaha VMX1200 V-Max
  • 2002 Yamaha XV1600A Road Star
  • 2001 Yamaha XV1600A Road Star
  • 2000 Yamaha XV1600A Road Star
  • 1999 Yamaha XV1600A Road Star
  • 2000 Yamaha XV1600AL Road Star MM Limited Edition
  • 2002 Yamaha XV1600AS Road Star Midnight Star
  • 2001 Yamaha XV1600AS Road Star Midnight Star
  • 2002 Yamaha XV1600AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2001 Yamaha XV1600AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2000 Yamaha XV1600AT Road Star Silverado
  • 1999 Yamaha XV1600AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2008 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
  • 2007 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
  • 2006 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
  • 2005 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
  • 2004 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
  • 2014 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2013 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2012 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2011 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2010 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2009 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2008 Yamaha XV1700AS Road Star S
  • 2010 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2009 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2008 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2007 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2006 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2005 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2004 Yamaha XV1700AT Road Star Silverado
  • 2007 Yamaha XV1700ATM Road Star Midnight Silverado
  • 2006 Yamaha XV1700ATM Road Star Midnight Silverado
  • 2005 Yamaha XV1700ATM Road Star Midnight Silverado
  • 2004 Yamaha XV1700ATM Road Star Midnight Silverado
  • 2014 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2013 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2012 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2011 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2010 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2009 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2008 Yamaha XV1700ATS Road Star Silverado S
  • 2009 Yamaha XV1700AW Road Star
  • 2008 Yamaha XV1700AW Road Star
  • 2007 Yamaha XV1700AW Road Star
  • 2006 Yamaha XV1700AW Road Star
  • 2005 Yamaha XV1700AW Road Star
  • 1997 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star
  • 1996 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star
  • 1999 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star Boulevard
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star Boulevard
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star Cheyenne
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300A Royal Star Silverado
  • 1999 Yamaha XVZ1300AT Royal Star Tour Classic
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300AT Royal Star Tour Classic
  • 1997 Yamaha XVZ1300AT Royal Star Tour Classic
  • 1996 Yamaha XVZ1300AT Royal Star Tour Classic
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300AT Royal Star Tour Classic II
  • 1997 Yamaha XVZ1300LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe
  • 1998 Yamaha XVZ1300LT Royal Star Tour Deluxe Deuce
4.8 / 5.0
24 Reviews
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4.8 / 5
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Fit
4 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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5 / 5
Progressive Fork Springs (11-1126)
I have used these fork springs on a few of my bikes and would use them again. The benefit is most noticeable when rebuilding the forks of an older bike with a soft or mushy front end. The springs are very easy to install, simply drop in place of the original. My particular applications required no additional shimming or spacing. Now, whenever I need to replace an old leaking set of fork seals I replace the springs as well. The cost is very reasonable and varies from around $65-$100 depending on which bike model application you are buying. If you are planning on rebuilding your forks, in addition to replacing the seals and fork oil, I would recommend dropping a fresh set of these springs in as well. The difference will be noticed not only under extreme conditions such as hard braking or cornering but also in the overall feel of the bike during every day cruising.
January 23, 2010
Fit
3 / 5
Quality
4 / 5
Value
4 / 5
Progressive Improvement
The bike was in rehab, it had been abused. I nursed it back to health. Drive shaft, rear diff, fuel pump. You know, the usual results of a rock-n-roll lifestyle will wear you down over time. This beemer was over twenty years old, yet was calling for the open road . . .

But once on the road again she handled like a sloppy drunk. What can I say, she'd been ridden hard and put up wet. New sneakers and new suspension were just what the doctor ordered.

There were aftermarket progressively wound springs in there already, but after twenty years they were collapsed. I slipped them out and put these new ones in and let's just say it was back to rock-n-roll again.

The bike handles so much better, and this isn't the first pair of Progressive Suspension's springs I purchased. It's probably the fifth or sixth pair as over the years I have found their products to be the answer to my motorcycle handling woes, whether on the street or on the dirt.

Just get 'em. You won't be dissappointed.
October 21, 2009
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
excellent upgrade
our v-star 650 was long overdue for a fork oil change &
it's handling was becoming too soft up front. these new
springs work much better than stock with better control
& still a comfortable ride. be sure to follow the instructions
because the fork oil level setting is different with the new
springs & spacers.
July 12, 2011
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
Refreshed Front End
Replaced mushy springs on 84' V65 Magna. Springs are a great addition to older bike. Feel good and much more stable ride. No issues with install. Used new PVC for each spacer. Instructions were clear and had all required details. Very Nice.
March 12, 2013
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
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5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
good investment
These springs made a world of difference in the ride and handling. Well worth the time and money, installation wasn't bad, as I had the front end apart for seals anyway.
April 18, 2011
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
It really does fit.
First off, this product #58967 WILL fit the 2007 Honda Aero. Despite what the fitment says. The original springs are 14.5" in length and the Progressive springs are 18". The difference comes into play with the spacer. The original spacer is about 11" long and the one that you put back into the forks is only 3.20" for the 2007 Honda Aero. I would highley recommend this upgrade to your front suspension. Also, you might want to get a set of progressive rear shocks. Just a suggestion.
May 19, 2012
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
Exactly..
Progressive springs were recommended by a friend and the the springs I purchased through Dennis Kirk were in every way, perfect. Delivered fast, a perfect fit and the performance far exceeded my expectation!
Dennis Kirk proved they have the highest quality parts at the right price and I will turn to Dennis Kirk first for all mi cycle parts..Thanks for the great service!!
October 22, 2009
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Value
5 / 5
Great upgrade
Installed these springs into my 1983 BMW R100 (along with a pair of 412 series rear shocks) and suddenly cornering is confident, road imperfections are smoothed out, diving on braking is drastically reduced.

All-in-all, a great upgrade for the money.
August 26, 2014
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
Flagponian
These stopped ole 82 Gold Wings front end from saggingand smoothed out the ride.
October 23, 2009
Fit
5 / 5
Quality
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Value
5 / 5
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