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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-23-2006, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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frame sliders for 06 gixer

I am looking to put frame sliders and swing arm spools on my 06 gixer 600. Just wondering what brand to get and were to find them. I've be having a hard time finding them for my bike. Thanks.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-25-2006, 12:46 PM
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I also have an 06 Gsxr 1000, I bought mine off EBAY, but I'm sure any suzuki dealer has them.
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Jworm, Take a look at shogun no-cut frame sliders. You can go to kneedraggers.com to get them. Watch out for the ones you have to cut your fairings to install, because they are much cheaper. By the way what color 06 do you have? I have the white and silver. Also take a look at the thread I posted and let me know if you have had the same problem.

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I just got sliders installed on mine for $50! One side was already cut, and I don't think they realized that had to cut the other side when they charged me.

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Vortex makes nice sliders. I like the replaceable puck feature with them too.
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I've seen way too many threads where the no cut sliders fold up and break stuff. There is no way I would go with no cut sliders.

If you take your time the "cut" style aren't that hard to put on and look fine.
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http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore...?idproduct=183 ...................pretty popular no cut slider

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I've seen way too many threads where the no cut sliders fold up and break stuff. There is no way I would go with no cut sliders.

If you take your time the "cut" style aren't that hard to put on and look fine.
I've heard about that happening too...the previous owner of my bike actually had a no cut on the right side. When is gf slid the bike on the right side, it did it's job pretty well but i'm pretty sure it snapped off or folded up because he took it off. I don't think the savings is worth the risk of it not doing it's job...

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