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    Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks – Low-Profile

    Part Number 54000077





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    Experience a comfortable and confidence-inspiring ride – no matter the pavement conditions – with Harley-Davidson® Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks.

    • Low-Profile
    • Enhanced compression and rebound damping control when compared to typical twin-tube shock absorbers
    • Nitrogen gas charged shocks resist oil aeration and work with the internal valve stack to provide superior damping control in the twisties
    • Large pistons and low viscosity high-performance oil allow these shocks to react quickly to impacts and keep the tires tracking the road surface
    • Locking threaded adjustment lets you fine tune the spring preload to your current riding conditions – whether a solo run on the back roads or a fully-loaded two-up freeway tour
    • With the addition of urethane bumpers, you get a controlled ride and minimized bottoming harshness
    • Includes left and right shock and preload adjustment spanner wrench


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    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
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    • In The Box

      Left and right shock and preload adjustment spanner wrench


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      Installation of any accessory suspension components may affect cornering clearance and jiffy stand operation. This could distract the rider, causing loss of control and death or serious injury.


      Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Substantial Improvement The Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks substantially improved the ride quality of my 2015 Sportster Custom. Small road imperfections are less noticeable, large road imperfections are less jarring, cornering has been improved, and the bike feels more planted to the rode. Overall, I am very well pleased. At the same time I installed the Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks, I installed the Premium Ride Single Cartridge Fork Kit. With the two, I now sit a bit taller in the saddle, and the front-end nose-dive (and aching wrists) that I experienced when applying the front brake is less pronounced. A side benefit is that the "Reduced Reach Pullback Handlebars" now are a bit more comfortable. On the down-side: (1) the harmonics have changed. I now have a slight buzzing in the foot-pegs at @ 3,500 RPMs; (2) the preload "dots" are not visible with my saddlebags installed; (3) the spanner wrench is made out of soft aluminum--even after a few efforts to loosen the locking rings, the nipple is scored--suggesting that it ultimately may shear off; and (4) the instructions are confusing. To adjust the initial preload, the locking ring is moved to the preload dot; to lock the preload, the adjusting ring is snugged. Sounds backwards. Instructions are silent on re-adjusting preload: Which ring do you loosen first? If you follow the instructions in reverse order you'd be wrong. You need to first loosen the locking ring.
      Date published: 2016-05-15
      Rated 4 out of 5 by from Part number ending in 76 & 77 The part number ending in 76 is 4" taller than the stock 883N. The short 77 part number will meet the stock length... we will see when they arrive.
      Date published: 2015-09-02
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      Q & A

      Length of shocks

      What is the length of these shocks? I have a 2006 XL1200R and I do not want to lower the motorcycle. Standard on the R is 13"
      Asked by: Atrox88

      Compatability with Sportster Leather Saddlebag Kit

      Hi. I own a 2015 Sportster Custom. Are the Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks compatible with either the Rigid Leather Locking Saddlebag Kit (90201321) or the Rigid Leather Locking Saddlebag Kit (53050-10)? In other words, while either kit is installed, will I be able to clearly see the preload adjusting dots on the Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks and be able to easily adjust the preload collar and the locking collar? The two kits appear to be identical, except that the updated kit (90201321) uses longer attaching bolts and adds four offset spacers. If the Premium Ride Emulsion Shocks only are compatible with the updated kit, will they be compatible with the older kit if I use the longer attaching bolts and offset spacers? Thanks much.
      Asked by: ArlingtonSportster

      How long are these supposed to be

      I put a set on my 2015 iron 883 and they were about a half an inch to an inch longer than the stock ones I took off so my back end is a bit higher than it used to be. Will they break in a bit and return to what my stock shocks were?
      Asked by: Sayaret

      load capacity

      i was looking at these but i don't see the load capacity specifically max load me and my wife are not the smallest people what is the max load they are rated for
      Asked by: Damien
      Hi Damien, Take a look at the chart below, this gives a better idea of settings for preload.
      Answered by: Rockstar883
      Date published: 2015-10-07
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