Slightly used (300 miles)Progressive Monotube kit with the 2" drop option. Fits 2007-2013 Touring models. Part # 31-2501. $250.00 delivered.
I concur. You can do it by yourself, but an extra set of hands sure helps.Not sure if u have sold but this job is definitely doable in a garage and well worth it. You need a friend and a shop manual. Search monotube this forum for my other tips.
Its no different than seats, shocks or handlebar height. We all have a different opinion on hard, softy, comfy.........I had Progressive springs prior to installing the Monotubes, and I much prefer the ride of the Monotubes without a doubt. Definitely not what I would call harsh or stiff, it is right. And not something that is felt though the handlebars.... and I have drag bars. You feel more through drag bars than any other kind of bars there is.