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Old 10-29-2008, 07:16 PM   #1
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I was wanting to know how much it would cost for frame sliders for my Ninja 650 and where is a good place to get them? what does the labor run to install them?
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Old 10-29-2008, 07:17 PM   #2
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installing them is easy, just unbolt and bolt on frame sliders...

as far as price, id say around 75-100?

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I was wanting to know how much it would cost for frame sliders for my Ninja 650 and where is a good place to get them? what does the labor run to install them?
http://www.ninja650shop.com/?gclid=C...FQWxsgodWCCOog


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Like the dolt said, give one of our sponsors a call, I would suggest Patrick and the gang at Motorcycles Unlimited, they can help you select which ones you want (there are a whole bunch of options), and if you are apprehensive about turning wrenches on your bikes, then they can definitely take good care of you and get the installed for you!
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i got the R&G frame sliders from my '07. easy to install and they are quite beefy, would def hold up in case of a fall. they are no mod.....well you might have to do some minor grinding on the left engine mount bracket so that you can fit the slider bracket flush with the frame. not as bad as it sounds, takes 5min with a dremel too. and like thomas said, nice bike what part of town are you located in?

http://www.blueridgeperformance.net/index.html
http://www.ninja650shop.com/

those 2 sites got you covered for all your 650 needs, excellent customer service and fair pricing.



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yall posted up the links before me...

i have the R&G sliders and were easy to install...
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i have puigs and they have held up great to lots of abuse
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i got the R&G frame sliders from my '07. easy to install and they are quite beefy, would def hold up in case of a fall. they are no mod.....well you might have to do some minor grinding on the left engine mount bracket so that you can fit the slider bracket flush with the frame. not as bad as it sounds, takes 5min with a dremel too. and like thomas said, nice bike what part of town are you located in?

http://www.blueridgeperformance.net/index.html
http://www.ninja650shop.com/

those 2 sites got you covered for all your 650 needs, excellent customer service and fair pricing.



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I am in NW Houston, Thanks for all the help.
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