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    My harley roadking with renegade trike kit has always seemed to sit low at rear. Factory air shocks on it. Kit has been installed about 10 years. We have owned it last 6 years. Seems mufflers get smashed a little more every year. Any thoughts on correcting and maybe improving ride. It is a solid axle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redharley View Post
    My harley roadking with renegade trike kit has always seemed to sit low at rear. Factory air shocks on it. Kit has been installed about 10 years. We have owned it last 6 years. Seems mufflers get smashed a little more every year. Any thoughts on correcting and maybe improving ride. It is a solid axle.
    Yep switch to coil over shocks. See DK Custom this forum ads. They sell a couple of different ones. They can be pricey but it will solve your issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redharley View Post
    My harley roadking with renegade trike kit has always seemed to sit low at rear. Factory air shocks on it. Kit has been installed about 10 years. We have owned it last 6 years. Seems mufflers get smashed a little more every year. Any thoughts on correcting and maybe improving ride. It is a solid axle.
    Bill,

    May I suggest you measure your air shocks to see if they are the correct length.

    Should be 13" from center of each eye.

    Conversions were usually done utilizing existing shocks.

    If the motorcycle had been lowered at some time prior to the conversion, it may have shorter shocks.

    Shorter shocks mean a shorter spring and a harsher ride.
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    Thanks for the info Lee. I'll measure them does it matter if on or must they be off for that eye to eye measurement.

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    Also would you recommend one replacement over the other. my wife is the driver of this unit she is on the smaller size maybe 125lbs. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redharley View Post
    Thanks for the info Lee. I'll measure them does it matter if on or must they be off for that eye to eye measurement.
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