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    Lightbulb frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    Is there a frame slider for 1999 900RR that attaches without modification to fairing

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    Default Re: frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by carakerp View Post
    Is there a frame slider for 1999 900RR that attaches without modification to fairing

    i don't think so...

    but really, the best thing is to not crash!

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    Default Re: frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    Crash? What does that mean?

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    Default Re: frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    not crashing sounds good...being a new rider its almost inevitable. dropped bike in my driveway twice because of inexperience with tire facing and sloped driveway

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    Default Re: frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by lildad90 View Post
    not crashing sounds good...being a new rider its almost inevitable. dropped bike in my driveway twice because of inexperience with tire facing and sloped driveway
    almost everybody. yes. that is why a new bike is NOT a good idea, and framesliders are...

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    Default Re: frame sliders don't want to cut holes !!!!!!!

    There are some from the UK . I think the price is around $250 U.S. !!!!
    http://www.bikehps.com/acatalog/Hond...rotectors.html

    I ended up buying some shogun for about $40 and installed them myself using a laser. I can help u with that if u would like. They come out great. But, yes u will have holes. They look professionally done though. I'm kind of glad I went with them cause I feel my bike is more "protected".

    Quote Originally Posted by carakerp View Post
    Is there a frame slider for 1999 900RR that attaches without modification to fairing

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