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post #1 of 12 Old 09-27-2005, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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frame sliders question

do they make a frame slider that is simply bolt on? or do they all require at least some cutting and drilling? please let me know.
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post #2 of 12 Old 09-27-2005, 05:30 PM
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yes. Champ91 who is a member here makes great ones...PM him for info or do a search.

Also Shogun makes a good set as well.

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if you have a 10 then go with champ sliders...he is on the board here champ91..they are bolt on no cut with two points that contact the frame...best i've seen....i had them on my bike but no slider helps once the bike is flipping through the air... i guess i could have grabbed them to help hold on though..lol
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thanks for the help
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if you have a 10 then go with champ sliders...he is on the board here champ91..they are bolt on no cut with two points that contact the frame...best i've seen....i had them on my bike but no slider helps once the bike is flipping through the air... i guess i could have grabbed them to help hold on though..lol
+1 Quick service and the sliders are awesome. Look nice and beefy enough to take a hit or two.

It's not the bike, it's the rider.
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thanks champ
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Champs sliders are by far the #1 slider out there! and they look good too!
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Reminds me... I need to get hooked up with another set as well...

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yeah when i wrecked my bike also went flipping over. but my frame never was touched and the champ brackets didnt bend one bit, just threw a new puck on there and was ready to go.

well another set of plastics later anyway.
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