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Arnott Introduces Ultimate Ride Kits for ’09-’17 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide

Arnott’s Ultimate Ride Kit for the Tri Glide includes two nitrogen-charged FOX shock absorbers, a powerful air compressor and a black or chrome handlebar inflation switch.


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Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension has introduced its new height adjustable FOX Air Suspension Systems for 2009 to 2017 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide motorcycles.

Arnott’s Ultimate Ride Kit for the Tri Glide includes two nitrogen-charged FOX shock absorbers, a powerful air compressor and a black or chrome handlebar inflation switch. The Tri Glide kit has been custom-designed to replace the OE shocks on these 1,200-pound three-wheelers.

Arnott’s kit provides the rider, and the passenger, with improved ride comfort regardless of the road ahead or any added weight on the Tri Glide. Plus, the company’s extended shock length (14 inches vs. 13 inches) increases the ground clearance for the bike’s exhaust tips, helping eliminate pipes scraping on the pavement during turns, a common occurrence with stock shocks.

The company pairs FOX shocks with a small but powerful compressor, application- specific mounting bracket, and air distribution valve block which includes a muffler to control how fast air is released.

The kits include everything needed for easy installation including a detailed installation manual, compressor, distribution valve, fused wiring harness and relay assembly, handlebar-mounted inflation switch, all required tubing and wiring, cable ties, fittings, matching bolt covers, and mounting accessories. Each shock is custom-crafted and rigorously tested and backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty. Ultimate Ride with Handlebar Inflation Switch (Black or Chrome) retails for $1,499.


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