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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-29-2006, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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evening project

got my RG sliders from
ema-usa.com
today.

was very easy to install and fit is excellent! Now I can use normal rear stand!!
took me about 1 hour total.
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great job
nice pictures as well
thanks for posting them



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Nice look! I checked out there site and don't see alisting for MV stuff. How much was the complete set? Is there a difference between these and the emoto sliders?
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Looks frickin' great. I love that bike.

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Nice look! I checked out there site and don't see alisting for MV stuff. How much was the complete set? Is there a difference between these and the emoto sliders?

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=2933

those are emoto sliders. just at a discount.
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Does the rear axel slider make it so you can't use the stock rear stand?
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Does the rear axel slider make it so you can't use the stock rear stand?
yes. but for regular maintenance and stuff I prefer regular bike stand. U only need single sided for wheel removal.
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