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Difference between low rider/super glide

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What is the suspension difference between a 2009 low rider and a 2010-11-12 super glide custom?


From what I found the low rider has shorter rear shocks? How much rear/ front travel between the two?
concerned about quaility of the ride
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I've got one of each , 02 Glide and 05 L/R . The L/R has a different rake/trail so the cornering is and handling is different than the Superglide. Even the rear shocks are shorter I think the spring rate makes up for shorter travel. The front seems stiffer than the Superglide.
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