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Old 11-07-2006, 07:20 PM   #1
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Fork Sliders Installation Query

i have recently purchased the fork sliders for an 2006 GSXR-600 from motovation usa.

1st, in regards to the two pucks, are they suppose to be different in shape, or are they suppose to be of the same shape?
2nd, from the perspective of when you are standing facing the motorcycle (not on the motorcycle), the left front wheel has a bolt that is attached to the axle, should that be removed in order to install the fork sliders, or is there another way of putting them on.

and how do you remove the pin that is on the rear axle????
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the left front wheel has a bolt that is attached to the axle,
Should have a hole in the bolt , you may have to drill it.

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i have recently purchased the fork sliders for an 2006 GSXR-600 from motovation usa.

1st, in regards to the two pucks, are they suppose to be different in shape, or are they suppose to be of the same shape?
2nd, from the perspective of when you are standing facing the motorcycle (not on the motorcycle), the left front wheel has a bolt that is attached to the axle, should that be removed in order to install the fork sliders, or is there another way of putting them on.

and how do you remove the pin that is on the rear axle????

the pin on the rear axle, is it a cotter pin? if its is just grab some plies and straighten it out. take a hammer and knck it out of the hole.

pics help a whole lot.
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Old 11-07-2006, 11:22 PM   #6
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yes, it is the cotter pin....thx for the help ^_^
got most of it on, except the left frame no cut slider....that requires the left fairing to come out.....having extreme difficulity !!!!!

also, those motovation swingarm sliders....are the suppose to rotate when i fiddle around with them, or are they suppose to be firm.....mine are rotatable!!!......
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get pics tomorrow.....
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