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Used 2000-Up Softail Legends Air Ride Suspension
New $1285+$135 Gauge option

Legend Air Suspensions Features Taken from Website

■Lifetime warranty on shocks and one year on all electrical components
■Best ride quality possible
■No bottoming out under any load conditions
■Exclusive Gates™ Kevlar air spring technology
■Deflective disc damping offers a smooth ride eliminating annoying pogo effect
■Suspension system installs in stock location, no modifications necessary
■Color coded plug and play wiring allows for a quick and easy installation
■Rider friendly controls allow easy "on-the-go" adjustability
■Will hang below frame rail roughly 3/4"
■Made in U.S.A.

L2 Motorcycle Suspension Features
■Original design
■Fits all 2000+ Harley-Davidson™ Softail models
■Adjustable from stock height down 3"
■System includes universal two way micro toggle switch
■Retro handlebar control (black or chrome) available for upgrade
Motorcycle Shock Length
■8.7 compressed, 10.3 extended, 1.6 stroke
Notes
■L2 & L3 is from center of mounting eye to face of shock or nut
■Lengths do not include the compression bumpers
■Shock lengths vary

$600 Shipped anywhere Lower 48
 

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I bought this system used about 3 years ago. Never made it to the bike. Sat in the garage. Found it the other day. Decided to sell it. Haven't done much riding lately. Trying to put some money together. Compressor works and system looks good. I can take more pics or try and answer any other questions anyone has.

I should also list the rest of the stuff I took off the bike when I bought it like lights, trees, forward controls, risers, bars, mirrors, etc..

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Billy
 

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Do I understand this correctly You purchased this used and have never had it on a bike to check operation or make it does not leak down while riding? Why did the other owner sell it to you?
 

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Yes. That is correct. I bought this used and never put it on. I was riding more often back then and now I'm trying to put some money together so I decided to sell it instead.

The shock extensions will have to stay on.

The compressor works and the bags held air. I bought a used set-up, not a damaged one. New parts were available if needed.

I did not check for leakdown while installed.

I didn't ask the previous owner why he was selling it. I wasn't interested. I did my research and at the time, this is what I wanted.

This wouldn't be the first time I bought something and somehow never got around to.

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