Progressive Suspension Series 465 Rear Shock for KLR650 87-07

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Progressive Suspension Series 465 Rear Shock for KLR650A 87-07

State of the art high pressure gas monotube shock design.

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777634 / 777640
Progressive Suspension

The 465 Series Progressive Shockrepresents state of the art high pressure gas monotube shock design. It utilizes a large 46mm bore and deflective disc piston for precise damping. The beefy 16mm hard chrome shaft rides on custom viton seals for low friction and leak free life. This 465 is custom tuned for the KLR650 from the damping and spring rate all the way down to the jounce bumper.


  • High pressure gas monotube for ultimate performance
  • Five position rebound adjuster for adjusting to changing conditions and riding styles
  • Threaded body to allow for fine adjustments in sag
  • Aluminum body and components make it lightweight and stylish
  • Hard anodized finish is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Hard chrome shaft promotes seal life and durability

Spring 1159-20B Rate 500/560 Length 9" I.D. 2.35" O.D. 3.32"

Stock and short (1" lower) versions available.

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Manufacturer SKU 777634 / 777640
California Restricted Product: No
Manufacturer: Progressive Suspension
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  • New to ADV, and want to upgrade my 2007 KLR650. Sags terribly with passenger or cargo. Already has front Progressive springs and fork brace.I ride 85 % on pavement with passenger or luggage. Would also like to drop the ride height 1-2". Do I need a lowering link also with this shock? Can I drop the front by just sliding the fork tubes up in the yoke? I have just over an inch before it contacts the front dust boots. thanks in Advance
    Question by: Jeff Hanks on 2016-05-18 19:38:00

    You are on the right track. I would suggest the 1' Lowered option. When you sart using lowering links the geometry changes and it makes the rider weight heavier. If you are riding a lot with a passenger you might consider the RAP (Remote Adjustable Preload) version. This allows you crank in or take out preload by turning the knob. This is what I have on my 88 KLR.

    If needed you can go to a lowering link but I would suggest the Corbin Dual Platform seat.

    This is also my choice for the KLR

    I am 5'9" with a 30" inseam and I run the Progressive RAP in the standard length.

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-05-18 15:38:00