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Old 05-14-2010, 11:48 PM   #1
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Frame Sliders?????

what type or brand should i get for frame sliders??

i ride a 09 gsxr if that helps
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Woodcraft are hands down the way to go.. sure there are knock offs on ebay for a fraction of the price but frame sliders are meant to serve a purpose. These have replaceable pucks so even if you lay your bike down in the drive way swap them out and its back to brand new... most the cheaper will bend the bolt connecting to the frame.. the woodcraft is machined to fit flush in the holes and will not bend. Im sure others will agree who have tried this product
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