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They are on my 82 Aspy, I cannot find a model number on them, just the progressive sticker. I have been to progressives web site and can't find the info I need. How much air pressure should they run at? I know on the standard air shocks the lines are alot bigger than what is on the progressives that are on the bike. I don't want to screw something up.



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I have mine set at 35 for 2-up riding and towing the trailer. The Progressive rear air shocks don't seem to require as much air as the Honda shocks and can handle a higher pressure than the Honda's.
 

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Mine are also set up with 35 lbs for two up touring. Usually aroung 10 if it is just me and the boxes are empty.
 

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Thanks, so the small air tubes are correct on the set up then?
 

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nightwizard40 wrote:
Thanks, so the small air tubes are correct on the set up then?
Yes, in this case size doesn't matter as far as the lines are concerned. It's the amount of pressure they can handle that's the concern.
 

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OK, great!!!! Thanks guys, makes me feels better!:bowing:
 
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