News Progressive releases Air Dragger Shocks

Progressive releases Air Dragger Shocks

From the company that perfected motorcycle air shocks, Progressive Suspension has just released the low cost Air Dragger!

By combining a machined aluminum air chamber, velocity sensitive, multi-stage valving and an internal progressive rate coil spring, they have once again elevated air suspension to a new level.

The clean and simple, full chrome body mounts to all late model touring bikes and is powered by a clever compressor unit that simply velcros into the back of a saddlebag.

Effortless installation, up to two inches of on-the-fly height adjustment and an economical price is a hard to beat combination.

Check it out on their website, or contact your local Progressive Suspension dealer for more information.

www.progressivesuspension.com 


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