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Swingarm sliders for the 1000RR

I seem to be having NO luck tracking down some swingarm sliders for my 1000RR locally (Australia).

Anyone got any recommendations for ordering them from overseas via the web.

The few sites I've found so far are:

http://www.inturace.com/prdss1.htm

http://www.protekk.com/product_info....roducts_id=239

http://street-bikes.ridegear.com/cgi...html?E+scstore

Anyone got any comments on these sliders or businesses?
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Re: Swingarm sliders for the 1000RR

Dan has some Sato lifting "nubs"----I would be careful of oversized s/a sliders as they have been known to touch down and lever the rear end off the ground---my satos have protected my s/a in 2 track crashes--the first over 70mph, the second over 100mph
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Re: Swingarm sliders for the 1000RR

I have the protekk ones. They're oversized, I've had no trouble with them touching down so far. Then again I'm about as quick as a turtle so what do I know.
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Re: Swingarm sliders for the 1000RR

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I have the protekk ones. They're oversized, I've had no trouble with them touching down so far. Then again I'm about as quick as a turtle so what do I know.
I dont think they work off road anyway
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I dont think they work off road anyway
Or againist walls for that matter!!






















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