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Old 04-17-2011, 09:25 PM   #1
Stang Man
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Lightbulb T-Rex Racing frame sliders

I'd been looking for some sort of protection for the Z1000.

Obviously, I don't have any fairings to protect, but I'm looking for some armor for the engine cases and radiator in the event of a get-off or windstorm/careless parking lot stalker/little kiddy putting my Zed on it's side.

I checked eBay on and off for a while, and somewhere in there these T-Rex Racing sliders popped up. For $37.95, they piqued my interest. After checking out the ad, I was sold.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWNX%3AIT

You can read the ad for the specifics, but the "spacer" is made out of aluminum, and the slider is Dupont's delrin material. Additionally, the delrin has an aluminum insert for strength. Even better, they're located in Dallas, TX! Gotta support the local companies

Installation was a snap, the supplied harware replaces the stock engine mount bolts, and the factory bracket even holds the nut on the back side so you don't need to hold it with a wrench or socket.

They look good and fit well, hopefully I won't find out if they hold up in an accident!
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