Progressive Suspension 444 Heavy Duty Series Shocks for Harley-Davidson Touring Models-(1997-Current)

After more than a decade of ruling the roads with the road-proven shocks, Progressive Suspension unveiled another breakthrough design.  Dubbed Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) for its unique ability to dynamically adjust damping as you ride.  The result is superior performance no matter the road conditions.  A top mount threaded preload adjuster allows for fine-tuning with a simple twist of the cap.

Features:

  • Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping for superior ride quality
  • Adjust spring pre-load by hand - no special tool needed
  • Progressive-rate spring
  • Deflective disc valving
  • Sold as a pair
  • Made in the USA

Choose your model prior to purchase.

Fits Harley-Davidson Models:

  • 1997-Current
  • FLH
  • FLT

Note: Excludes Tri-Glide Models




Progressive Suspension 444 Heavy Duty Series Shocks for Harley-Davidson Touring Models-(1997-Current)

$ 679.95
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Progressive Suspension 444 Heavy Duty Series Shocks for Harley-Davidson Touring Models-(1997-Current)

$ 679.95
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$ 679.95

After more than a decade of ruling the roads with the road-proven shocks, Progressive Suspension unveiled another breakthrough design.  Dubbed Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) for its unique ability to dynamically adjust damping as you ride.  The result is superior performance no matter the road conditions.  A top mount threaded preload adjuster allows for fine-tuning with a simple twist of the cap.

Features:

  • Frequency Sensing Technology (FST) allows the shocks to sense the frequency of a bump and automatically adjust damping for superior ride quality
  • Adjust spring pre-load by hand - no special tool needed
  • Progressive-rate spring
  • Deflective disc valving
  • Sold as a pair
  • Made in the USA

Choose your model prior to purchase.

Fits Harley-Davidson Models:

  • 1997-Current
  • FLH
  • FLT

Note: Excludes Tri-Glide Models




Customer Reviews

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B.J.
I stopped thinking about my suspension

I was not sure if I needed to upgrade my suspension till I travelled two up with camping gear and 11 days worth of stuff to Sturgis last year. The bike was overloaded and wallowed pretty good. Made me decide I was going to upgrade. I looked while I was in Sturgis but never really settled on anything, especially since the prices didn't seem great. I ended up selecting these shocks based on the reviews and the fact that I was buying from people I trust. Unboxing was uneventful as they just looked like the quality I expected. What was unexpected was when I put the stock throttle side stock next to the one remaining in the box. What a joke the stock shocks are by comparison.

Install took about 35 minutes and that is because I dropped a spacer and took ten minutes trying to track it down. I don't have a lift but do have a jack that certainly aids in the install. Anyone can do this install.

The proof of the value was in the ride. Initially I was paying a lot of attention to each bump and trying to compare, it always came out positive. What I have noticed though over the last few weeks is I am not thinking about the suspension at all, not even a little. The bike is settled, it is rides tight into the corners and doesn't wallow, ever. It is a much better handling bike now. Much better.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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B.J.
I stopped thinking about my suspension

I was not sure if I needed to upgrade my suspension till I travelled two up with camping gear and 11 days worth of stuff to Sturgis last year. The bike was overloaded and wallowed pretty good. Made me decide I was going to upgrade. I looked while I was in Sturgis but never really settled on anything, especially since the prices didn't seem great. I ended up selecting these shocks based on the reviews and the fact that I was buying from people I trust. Unboxing was uneventful as they just looked like the quality I expected. What was unexpected was when I put the stock throttle side stock next to the one remaining in the box. What a joke the stock shocks are by comparison.

Install took about 35 minutes and that is because I dropped a spacer and took ten minutes trying to track it down. I don't have a lift but do have a jack that certainly aids in the install. Anyone can do this install.

The proof of the value was in the ride. Initially I was paying a lot of attention to each bump and trying to compare, it always came out positive. What I have noticed though over the last few weeks is I am not thinking about the suspension at all, not even a little. The bike is settled, it is rides tight into the corners and doesn't wallow, ever. It is a much better handling bike now. Much better.