Progressive Suspension Harley-Davidson Touring Link
More than just a crowd favorite, the Harley-Davidson touring line (Road King, Electra Glide, Ultra Classic, Road Glide, Street Glide) has become a motorcycling icon. This road warrior of a motorcycle saw a number of revisions in 2009 that made for a better handling machine, despite these improvements there is still room for improvement.
Progressive Suspension has a keen eye for just such opportunities and after upgrading the suspension, it aimed their guys at the chassis. The result is a revised version of their proven Touring Link Chassis Stabilizer, specifically for the 2009 and newer Harley-Davidson touring machines.
Progressive Suspension’s Touring Link is easy to install and does not impact critical ground clearance. The simple connection between chassis and motor allows both to stay in alignment without introducing unnecessary vibration to the rider. The steel side plate links the rear of the motor/trans to the frame with precision bearing rod ends and grade 8 hardware. Progressive says the Touring Link will reduce corner oscillation.
Progressive Suspension Harley-Davidson Touring Link: