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Re: A different take on frame sliders

Only if it wasn't aluminum. But I guess those might work because of the 'flathead' design.
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Re: A different take on frame sliders

I still prefer the nylon/delrin ones.

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I'd want to see it on a bike.

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Re: A different take on frame sliders

I think they are available in nylon too. DWC has talked about using them on his racebike some next year and see how they are.
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Any idea where the plastic ones can be bought from? I definitely find them appealing due to the increased surface area!
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Re: A different take on frame sliders

For my 2 cents, you cannot beat 'intuitive designs' frame savers. They don't squish/distort like the 'vortex'. They don't stick out so far that it is guaranteed to flip the bike into the air. More importantly, they really save the lower stator case from cracking when the bike goes down.
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Re: A different take on frame sliders

That's a nice design and all....too bad you don't know you're bike will be going forward when the slider hits.

Looks like a good way to get the bike flipping and destroy it all to me.



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luvtolean : That's a nice design and all....too bad you don't know you're bike will be going forward when the slider hits. *

Looks like a good way to get the bike flipping and destroy it all to me.
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Re: A different take on frame sliders

I'd be happy going back and putting anything on my bike before I got hit.

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