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post #1 of 7 Old 05-05-2006, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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Need Muzzy frame sliders...

Who can get me the best price for a set of Muzzy frame sliders for an '04 ZX10r? Thanks,
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could i interest you in shogun?

i have them in stock!!

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Why is it better to just go with champs?
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I looked at another thread and they look just like Muzzys. Do they have the same attachment points?
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Champs sliders are two point mount and not the cantilever design of the shoguns. This makes for a stronger frme mount and doesn't distort the inside of the castle nut when the shogun bends in a wreck. I had shogun sliders on when I laid it down and the castle nut inside got distorted could have really messed up that area if the wreck would have been worse. The champs mount to two points on the frame which is 400% better.
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Thanks, I just PM'ed him and Pinged him.

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