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Old 07-08-2008, 04:31 PM   #1
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Brand for sliders?

any suggestions on the brands I should be looking for, style, etc for frame sliders for my F4i? I'm tempted to buy some extended ones off eBay for $20, but figured i'd check with experience here first.
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I like my motivation sliders I have on my 1000k and I had some shogun spools/sliders on the swingarm.


Both did their jobs this past weekend very well.
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thanks guys. i'll look into shogun. any suggestions on point of purchase? XD
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http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...i--506879.html


that comes with spools also, not a bad price
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Fixing to order the set from kneedraggers, but I had one quick question. Are the frame sliders "extended" types? A friend told me to look for those, as the longer ones help more. Any pics of how far these shoguns stick out of the fairings?

Thanks! Just being a bit overzealous maybe, but I want to be sure.
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Go by Motorcycles-Unlimited. They will probably have what you want with out the shipping time or costs.
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thanks Moody. Planning a trip down to Houston, possibly this Sunday/Monday. I'll have to stop by there and check 'em out. Fixing to call 'em and see if they have it 'em in stock.
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Doh, that's right. Think all bike shops are. Might have to plan my trip for a longer stay. Motels are gonna be the biggest problem. lol

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i got vortex on mine. pretty good brand as well as shogun
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I like either the Shogun or Intuitive sliders for Japanese bikes.

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