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Frame Sliders?

Wondering what you all would recommend as far as Frame Sliders. I currently have some Lockhartphillips installed, but word has it that they might not hold up to a low side.
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Wondering what you all would recommend as far as Frame Sliders. I currently have some Lockhartphillips installed, but word has it that they might not hold up to a low side.
Any thing would be better than nothing. I am using some I got from European Motorcycle Accys. in Livermore, CA.
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Wondering what you all would recommend as far as Frame Sliders. I currently have some Lockhartphillips installed, but word has it that they might not hold up to a low side.
I have never heard this before But what do you mean as far as holding up.. Are you afraid they will grind down faster or just snap in half

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I have never heard this before But what do you mean as far as holding up.. Are you afraid they will grind down faster or just snap in half
Mainly break in half as opposed to the slider grinding down.
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Re: Frame Sliders?

Lots of folks, myself included, have the ones made by Intuitive.
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I had bought Shogun frame sliders for $40 from RideGear and they held up great when I lowsided. I'd buy them again.

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Re: Frame Sliders?

Thanks for the reply's.
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Re: Frame Sliders?

We should have a set of the Vortex sliders any day now. They even have a new aluminum and chrome option.

Not sure how the others work, but the Vortex sliders use a solid base with interchangeable outer sliders.

http://www.vortexracing.com/work/fra...s_products.htm

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Re: Frame Sliders?

Will the Vortex be "No Cut"?? And how high do they mount??
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Will the Vortex be "No Cut"?? And how high do they mount??
What is "No Cut"?
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What is "No Cut"?
Forgive him, I think he is talking about the 1000rr.

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Will the Vortex be "No Cut"?? And how high do they mount??
Valtermoto make 1000RR no cut sliders. My local dealer seems to be able to get them in. If they are good enough for Ten Kate then they should do me fine.

Do a search for 'Valtermoto' or 'Ten Kate' and you should find the thread where i found out about them.
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Re: Frame Sliders?

I still have no idea what "no cut" sliders are.
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I still have no idea what "no cut" sliders are.
Sliders that don't require you to cut/drill your bodywork.
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Sliders that don't require you to cut/drill your bodywork.
Thanks Conq. Yes, I beleive the 929/954, F4 and 600RR (only honda models the support), there is no need to cut the bodywork.

I'll check with Vortex to be sure.

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