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I am in a tight spot, lost one of my jobs for no reason.

I got these a while back but decided that for me personally air ride is more than I want to deal with on a daily basis. These are CNC cut from 6061 billet, polished, black anodized with two air chambers one for ride height the other for rebound.

You will need a compressor as my storage bin with the compressor in it was stolen. I have the mounting hardware for the shocks and the air lines along with the plug and play wiring harness and momentary switch with bracket. All you need is compressor and a way to mount it.
Retail on this setup is $1750. Take the two shocks for $895. Made in the USA product that is designed for a Harley Davidson tourer. This is not some pieced together garbage system from a car.

Read about them here.
http://www.shotgunshock.com/#&panel1-3




 

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Damn man sorry about the job... I wish I hadn't already spent funds on the DIY. I've got a buddy with the shotgun on a softail and he loves them. The adjustable rebound is something all other touring air shocks are lacking with the exception of Yaffe.

Someone better jump on these they are a steal at that price
 

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Bump for this. Compressor and compressor mount is all you need. I have the entire wiring harness which is plug and play and the dual switches to raise and lower with the bracket that mount above the horn. The switches are still on my bike which is why I could not locate them. Had to laugh at myself. It is what it is. Save a ton if youa re going to buy this anyway.

Drew
 
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