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    Profile Low Touring Shocks

    Part Number 54635-09


    Finish / Color: Black




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    Lower the seat height of your Touring model without compromising the ride.

    • Re-valved for a comfortable ride
    • Lowers the seat height by up to 3/4"
    • Maintains the air adjustability feature of the stock shocks


    • Position on Bike

    • Adjustable

    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to for full details
    • Sold in Unit

    • In The Box

      Rear shock absorbers


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    Fits '09-'16 Touring models. Does not lower '09-'16 FLHX, FLHXS, FLTRX, FLTRXS, FLHTKL, FLHTCUL, FLHRSE, FLTRXSE and FLTRSE models. Does not fit Trike models.

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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.


      Profile Low Touring Shocks is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5.
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Low tour shocks Perfect I can't touch the ground now and the ride is still the same
      Date published: 2016-09-10
      Rated 1 out of 5 by from Less than adequate! These will lower your bike. And if you're just looking for looks, get 'em. If you want the kind of ride that you would expect from a touring bike, get coil overs. These are crap as far as suspension goes: I weigh in at 165lbs., my wife even less. and with 30 or so additional lbs of payload on our '11 FLHTC with the shocks at 55psi we were bottoming out on every crack and expansion joint in the road. Was told by the dealer no warranty after install either. BS! $300 doorstops.
      Date published: 2016-08-12
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from problem solved dropped the seat about 3/4 of an inch Ride is the same and install was easy. I did buy a torque wrench.
      Date published: 2014-09-12
      Rated 5 out of 5 by from Feet on the ground Along with the profile low front lowering kit, lowers the cycle without affecting ride quality. Fully air adjustable and perfect fit.
      Date published: 2014-07-29
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      Q & A

      Will these fit a 2017 FLHXS ? I don't see why they wont.

      Asked by: Drummer
      Hi Drummer, So, the Profile Low Touring Shocks will not lower the FLHXS any lower. They will not fit---at all. There is not a validated fitment, but if there were--it would be same height you are at now! Hope this helps!
      Answered by: RowdyGrl79
      Date published: 2017-08-17

      my wife and i are large fluff folk, 230 on back and im 280 will these be as good as stock as far a not bottoming out>

      Asked by: gatorhater

      are these shocks sold in pairs or individually

      Asked by: Shawn03
      Hi Shawn03, The Profile Low Touring Shocks are sold in pairs. Thank you for your question.
      Answered by: FXS78
      Date published: 2016-06-02

      I own a 2014 Street Glide. What parts should I purchase if I want to lower the front suspension?

      Asked by: Tavo
      Hey Tavo, To lower your front end on your FLHX, you'll need to go with the Premium Ride Single Cartridge Low-Profile Fork Kit P/N 45500147.
      Answered by: Rockstar883
      Date published: 2016-03-14

      Will it lower a 2015 CVO Limited?

      I know the Ultra Low is a bit lower than the Ultra Limited, but I was told that the CVO version of the Limited had the same shocks as the non-CVO Low. Is this true and these will be direct replacements, or will these truly lower my CVO Limited the stated 3/4", and still be able to have 40-50 psi for a continued comfortable ride?
      Asked by: daledsm
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