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Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring

Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring


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Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18" Fork Spring

Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18
  • Progressive rate
  • High quality chrome silicon wire
  • Precision wound
  • Progressive rate fork springs have several advantages over straight rate springs
  • Springs carry a lifetime warranty
The original progressive rate fork springs soak up the small road bumps, yet are firm enough to absorb the molar-rattling ones. Spring rates have been chosen to reduce front end inch dive inch during braking, yet still provide excellent ride comfort. Better yet, we warranty our fork springs for life. Progressive rate fork springs have several advantages over straight rate springs. A progressive rate spring has the advantage of a rising rate resistance to compression. The benefit of this is that the spring can be soft enough at the start of the travel to offer a inch plush inch ride, yet be firm enough at the end of the travel to soak up the big bumps.

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What customers say about Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring?

  1. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Repeat buyer, March 19, 2015
    By 
    Michael

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    This review is from: Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring (Automotive)
    This is the 4th bike I’ve installed these on, and I like them. Give more precise steering and less front-end dive when braking.

    When measuring your new spacers, remember that these springs will sag between 1/4″ and 3/8″ after the first 100 miles. I measure my fork length with the stock springs, then cut spacers that make the forks 1/4″ longer when the new springs are installed. The springs will settle and you’ll be back to stock length after 50-100 miles. If you want to lower your front end, don’t do it by cutting shorter spacers. Instead, loosen the forks in the triple tree and allow the tree to slide down on the forks, then clamp tight. That lowers the front without changing your spring preload.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    5 stars for progressive fork springs., November 8, 2013
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    This review is from: Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring (Automotive)
    I agree with all the other positive reviews. these springs are perfect! their firm. progressive said their springs will be 15% stiffer than stock. I have an ’01 Honda shadow spirit 1100. the springs are the the same length as stock. I added Harley screamin eagle heavy duty fork fluid. suppose to be 15 weight. now, bike is like riding on a cloud. handles nice and smooth! when you ride over patched roads you will feel bumps. these springs are nothing drastic. to me, these are exactly what I wanted. worth the money, highly recommend. very easy to install. lift the bike, pull the wheel, use hex wrench to remove the drain screws, use a socket to remove the fork caps, take out the springs, cut the spacer to your bike, add the recommended fork oil, replace caps, that’s it!…..very easy.
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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Now much better then stock for 1989 Suzuki 1100 Katana fit better then stock springs, February 17, 2016
    By 
    aldo69

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    This review is from: Progressive Suspension 11-1126 18″ Fork Spring (Automotive)
    Now much better then stock on my 1989 Suzuki 1100 Katana. The old stock ones were 15 1/2″ long (were probably 16″ when the bike was new), then had 2″ spacers to make them 18″ long. Where as these are actually 18″ long so you don’t need the 2″ stock spacer, or the spacer it comes with. This solved many issues I was having, and wish I had gotten these much sooner. Issues I was having with the old springs: every time I hit a pot hole or bump in the road my front shocks would bottom out and make a loud bang, because old springs sagged soo much (even with the preload turned all the way in), the bike would almost fall over on the side stand and had to be very careful how I parked it because it would almost fall to the right. With these progressive springs you get the full 18″ of spring the stock forks should have had, nice ride on soft bumps, and no more bottoming out on hard bumps, no more sag so bike sits correctly on side stand!
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