|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|04-24-2019 04:37 PM|
|Taz_FL||Back in 2001 I lowered the bike I had at that time. Everything I read on the subject said you should never lower ONLY the front. It was okay to lower only the rear and leave the front stock height but not okay to go the other way. Just throwing it out there, you might want to look into that if you're thinking of lowering only the front.|
|04-23-2019 10:04 PM|
Hello DarkGlide2 newb to the forum and road glide fam.
Iím in the same boat you were in. Is it true you just use one spring and compensator?
|02-11-2019 04:45 PM|
|gslobo||Thank you, yes I did that...I am good to go now..|
|02-07-2019 03:36 PM|
|BH#103||I have not done one, but I would call progressive customer service to be sure you got the right kit before you do anything.|
|02-06-2019 09:57 AM|
Lower Front End?
I have a 2004 Road glide and trying to lower the front (short legs) I purchased a progressive suspension drop in fork lowering kit, according to the instructions I only need one because I have a damper rod on the right side, has anyone done this? I could use some help? thank you