You can easily narrow your search by putting in the length or by limiting the amount you want to spend etc. I recently bought new master cylinder along with brake lever and clutch lever for less than I could get a rebuilt kit for my master cylinder.
I will keep my old hardware in case I ever want to return it to stock but I will probably never sell the bike but just ride the wheels off it because I really like it.
If I do part with it I will likely just pass it off to a family member because I could never get out of it what it is worth to me.
Any way let us know how it goes in your search. I do not come here much any more but still check in from time to time.
By Kawasakirider: I am sure I could... But Progressive is more $ than I want to put in this old bike. I need a less expensive solution. Otherwise I will just keep putting on old KZ440 shocks on the bike and replace them when the fluid starts leaking form them. Usually about 2 or 3 thousand miles or a few good bumps, whichever comes first.
You might be able to use Harley Sportster shocks. It's been a while since I searched, but used takeoffs in good condition were readily available on eb several years ago for cheap. I bought a pair for my KZ650 but re-sold them. You have to swap out the bushings (easy) & I think the chain guard might have rubbed against them. not sure as I didn't do a test ride or anything. apparently not a big deal as reported by others. mine were either 13.25" or 13.5" & I believe they were made in Japan.
ps: when searching, be sure to do some searches by mis-spelling Sportster. some HD guys can't spell. hee.
Also.... Not sure how Harley motorcycles are selling nowadays, but what the new owners would do is remove the brand new stock shocks & install lowering shocks or Huggers, then re-sell their mint stockers on eb or CL. I don't know if the shocks from any other HD model can be used. most of them have a shroud at the bottom & I don't know if the shroud can be removed or if the length or fitment is wrong.
I think the ones i picked up off ebay were sportster shocks Been a couple years so not sure but they were a tad shorter than my stock ones. About an inch as I recall and they were new old stock progressives I paid less than fifty bucks for. They ride great too.