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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-18-2007, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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More Frame Sliders

I like these. Whats does every body think for a red frame. I like the carbon fiber sliders.

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I have the 'titanium' from spiegler.
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More Frame sliders

I like these. Whats does every body think for a red frame. I like the carbon fiber sliders.

2006 Brutale 910S
1983 Suzuki 1100 Katana
1975 Norton 850 Cammando
2002 Honda CR 250




http://www.spieglerusa.com/cfm/framesliders.cfm[/QUOTE]
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they look like the rizomas...right?
here gcg as another supplier :

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Dumb question, but how much protection do sliders actually provide? Does anyone have any real world experience? To my eye they look kind of ugly so I wouldn't want to use them unless they provide some decent protection.
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Did you know that just a tip over can cause your bike to be totalled!

Go to your garage and test the theory.....J/K...lol.

If that frame makes contact with the ground, it becomes a liabilty to the insurance company! They wont risk it then total it. Good luck selling a Brutale with a marred frame!

A small price to pay a little protection.

Now if your accident is bad, it might do nothing. but you'd be suprised to know how many accidents happen under 30 MPH.

If you think your bike looks ugly with sliders, I'm sure you'll think it looks hideous after a low side!

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'06 MV Agusta Brutale 910 S
'01 Ducati 996
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'01 Yamaha R1
'99 Ducati 748
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Did you know that just a tip over can cause your bike to be totalled!

Go to your garage and test the theory.....J/K...lol.

If that frame makes contact with the ground, it becomes a liabilty to the insurance company! They wont risk it then total it. Good luck selling a Brutale with a marred frame!

A small price to pay a little protection.

Now if your accident is bad, it might do nothing. but you'd be suprised to know how many accidents happen under 30 MPH.

If you think your bike looks ugly with sliders, I'm sure you'll think it looks hideous after a low side!
Hmm... that's a good point re the frame. My last 3 bikes were BMWs which did not have exposed frames. Plus the huge cylinders sticking out of the sides of the bike pretty much preventing anything else from being touched. Thanks for the response.
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