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Woodcraft frame sliders available from Riders Discount are easy to install and offer some of the best crash protection on the market today. What sets the Woodcraft frame sliders apart from their competition is the two-piece design featuring a patented perpendicular bolt which runs through the slider making after-crash replacement a snap. If you were to slide on the competition's puck, you'll grind into the bolt making it very hard to remove and replace the damaged slider.

MSRP starting at $69.99 for a complete kit with bases and slider pucks.


Not yet listed on our website, Woodcraft frame sliders can be ordered by calling Brad at 866.931.6644 ext. 810 or by sending us a private message through this forum. Is email more convenient? Write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!

Unlike other manufacturers that use a slider that is hollow all the way through the middle, Woodcraft frame slider pucks are solid on their outmost portion. This provides almost 50% greater surface contact when they touch down in a crash, greatly increasing their durability. Woodcraft slider pucks are available in high density plastic (shown) as well as clear, blue or red anodized aluminum (MSRP $20.00) and even chromed aluminum (MSRP $25.00) versions.



Woodcraft frame sliders use a patented perpendicular bolt to attach the frame slider pucks to their bases. This greatly reduces the risk of damaging the mounting hardware and eases the swapping out of slider pucks after a crash.

Here's the aftermath of a ~60mph slide.


Woodcraft frame sliders are designed for each specific application, providing your bike’s frame with a significant degree of protection. Installation is easy and mounts directly to the frame. Note: most bikes will require modification to the fairings. Don’t forget to ask about different colors and lengths of slider puck material to customize them to your needs.

Give us a call to order your frame sliders today!

 
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