Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
- Part #: 58322
- Manufacturer Part #: 11-1109
- MSRP Price: $92.95
- Our Price: $86.44
Overview of Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
- 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 - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
Fitment for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
Part 58322 fits the following machines
|1979 Honda CX500|
|1978 Honda CX500|
|1980 Honda CX500C Custom|
|1979 Honda CX500C Custom|
|1981 Honda CX500D Deluxe|
|1980 Honda CX500D Deluxe|
|1979 Honda CX500D Deluxe|
|1978 Suzuki GS400|
|1977 Suzuki GS400|
|1978 Suzuki GS400X|
|1977 Suzuki GS400X|
|1979 Suzuki GS425|
|1979 Suzuki GS425E|
|1979 Suzuki GS425L|
|1983 Suzuki GS450E|
|1982 Suzuki GS450E|
|1981 Suzuki GS450E|
|1980 Suzuki GS450E|
Reviews for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
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.I would recommend this item to a friend.
I recondition 5-10 older bikes each year, more often than not i'll throw a set of Progressive fork springs in. They restore ride height and eliminates that squishy, bouncy, 30 year old ride.I would recommend this item to a friend.
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VTX1300 Great improvement!
With the stock springs I would get a slight wobble when no handed between 30 and 40 mph. Installing these springs complete removed this problem! When pulling my trailer, the wobble was severe,even with my hands on. That also has gone away. Just got back from a 600 mile trip, and I am extatic with these springs!I would recommend this item to a friend.
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.I would recommend this item to a friend.
fitted for '84 goldwing -- OEM springs were worn out. Acts like a new bike. can't go wrongI would recommend this item to a friend.
Awesome Suspension for a Great Price
These springs from Progressive (11-1126) are a huge upgrade from stock on my '02 Honda Spirit Shadow VT1100C. Nose diving on deceleration or stopping is no longer an issue. The directions included as well as following the Honda manual make this swap a breeze. I installed them with new spacers, 15W fork oil and new seals, and I love them already. I highly recommend these springs for anyone looking to improve their ride and handling.I would recommend this item to a friend.
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.I would recommend this item to a friend.
Progressive Fork Springs
I used these springs in my stripped down 1982 Honda Goldwing. Ride height was just right and spring rate feels very good!!! Not using any air pressure.I would recommend this item to a friend.
Instructions and Media for Progressive Suspension Fork Springs - 35/45 Spring Rate (lbs/in) - 11-1109
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