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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-26-2005, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
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Frame Sliders

I've been putting off getting frame sliders and thought it was a good idea to get some now since I have some extra cash.I've heard good thing about the Woodcrafts. Would you all mind putting in your .02 cents. Bike is street with the hope of getting some track experience in the future. Thanks.

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i just got sato's

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I like the black Woodcrapft, but I still haven't gotten any.

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A company called "Bike Design" makes no cut sliders for the RR. The only problem is they dont seem to have any dealers in the US (only in UK-Europe), and the Price/shipping is pretty high.

http://www.rhencullen.co.uk/bikedesign.htm

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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-27-2005, 09:53 PM
Why isn't this an option? Why man, why?
 
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i like the vortex ones but the whole drilling your fairing sucks



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A company called "Bike Design" makes no cut sliders for the RR. The only problem is they dont seem to have any dealers in the US (only in UK-Europe), and the Price/shipping is pretty high.

http://www.rhencullen.co.uk/bikedesign.htm
Those are only good for like tip overs and such in the driveway. I wouldnt trust those in a lowside going even 30mph. I would call em fairings savers cause i dont really think they would save the frame.
When I get some extra $ I will go with either satos or moriwakis.
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I just put a set of Woodcrafts sliders on two weeks ago.
Haven't crash test them yet but they look good on a full black or red and black RR.
I had Yoyodyne sliders on before my crash, They held up some what.
Here's some pix's to show you how well they held up.






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Those pictures just make me hurt.
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Why isn't this an option? Why man, why?
 
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thos pictures make me want to cry



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