Keep in mind this is my first Harley after several metrics over the past 25 years. So I'm not atune to the ownership nuances (although I admit I was very nervous about buying an HD. I got the extended warranty!). I've only had my new 2010 Road King Classic about 6 weeks or so. I finally got the wife out on it yesterday and the suspension felt really mushy. I checked the shocks when I got back and.... 0.0 psi! I added some air (brought them up to 40 psi) and went inside. Came out an hour later and decided to check the air just to be safe. 0.0 psi! I put in 40 psi again and checked the pressure after 5 minutes. It was down to 30 psi. Goes to 0.0 in about 30 minutes. No obvious problems on visual inspection (loose air line, damaged valve etc.). FYI I have a zero leak low volume air shock pump with an accurate guage and bleed valve, used on my mountain bike shocks. I suspect that I have been riding on 0 psi since I took delivery of the bike. I now realize after getting the Service Manual that I should be checking the pressure weekly. Anyway.... I'm going to take it to the dealer and let them look at it, as I'm not interested in trouble shooting a brand new bike that should be covered under warranty. I'm just bummed because its a new bike that has to go in for servicing already. I know, it happens. I have read on a few forums that the newer HD OEM shocks are not the highest quality, to be polite. Anyway, my question for you guy's: Can you recommend any quality after market rear shocks for a 2010 Road King? My searches only turn up shortend shocks and lowering kits. All I want is a quality stock replacement for the existing shock. Don't care about performance or lowering, or chrome or springs/coil over etc. Can't seem to find any high quality plain old stock type units.