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This happened last winter but I wanted to show you guys how well sliders work. An outside-sloped corner in the rain took me down at around 30mph. The slider took it all. My bar end, clutch and peg touched a little but only have a few scratches. I was so surprised that the rear tail faring didn't touch.

Buying sliders are worth the $.
 

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Tips can be replaced, yes. $20. Small price to pay considering a lower faring side is $300+
What do you mean by "back on track"
 

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Sorry for the thread revival, but these are the same sliders I just installed. They seem REALLY sturdy and the bar blends in nicely since it's black. The only downside is that you need to cut out a small part of the sprocket cover, luckily a buddy works at a machine shop so he was able to cut it without a problem. It can be done with a dremel tool, just takes a little dedication
 
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