They worked for one crash. Put new pucks on, and the second crash the whole slider assembly just came right out. May have been damaged from the first crash, it is hard to say. But with the thread through type, as long as the rod does not get bent, you just put new pucks on and go. It takes two 10mm sockets and 30 seconds to take the thread through off the motorcycle for wheel changes. I use captive spacers as well. I am not saying they are horrible sliders. But it makes more sense to ME, based on my experiences, to use the kind that are bolted to one another vs. fastened like bar end using expansion pressure.
2016 Kawasaki ZX10R KRT ABS
2016 Suzuki GSX-S 1000 ABS