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Promoto oggy knobbs sliders - anyone installed 'em?

Just came across Promoto melbourne, a company who make frame sliders called Oggy Knobbs.
http://www.promotomelb.com/results.p...0675&Year=2008
They do a version for the 675 of faring, front, rear sliders.

Has anyone got pics of them installed? Opinions?
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Reason I'm interested in them:
* no drill
* Australian made, which is where I am
* bracket attaches at 3 points surrounding the engine (rather than say, one bolt)
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Looks Sweet but where can you buy them? I still need Frame Sliders

http://www.loganwildphoto.com

28,000 miles and counting
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i dunno if u look at the pdf the bracket looks like sheet metal although i like the idea of a 3 point mounting system a lot....oh and the pdf pics are crap id wanna see high res before i nay say anymore
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i dunno if u look at the pdf the bracket looks like sheet metal although i like the idea of a 3 point mounting system a lot....oh and the pdf pics are crap id wanna see high res before i nay say anymore
They're not sheet metal at least.

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They're not sheet metal at least.

yeah it looks better than i expected im guessin the long bolt goes all the way through somehow? did you buy one?
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Oh, those aren't the 675 ones, so who knows what bike they're from.. But I figure it shows how they make other sliders, can't be too different in the basics.

I've emailed 'em asking if they fit the 2009 and whether the stickers come off (I'm anti-anything that isn't triumph logos on my bike).

First up: I've gotta buy my australian bike yet! Going hunting this week. And by hunting I mean "Hey, do you have the 2009 daytona in black and how much? How much to paint it at somewhere you'd recommend? Can you put different tyres on it before I roll out (not a fan of the stock ones)? Hrm, I've heard there's an economic crisis: throw in some accessories."
Ah, might work..
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ive got the 0K913 oggy knobs for my 2008 tona

did you end up getting them/installing them?

i want to install but would love to see a video first.. couldn't find anything on youtube
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@bluedaytona02 Didn't you have these oggy sliders once upon a time? From memory the brackets didn't hold up too well in a get off?
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I installed a set of Oggy Knobs on my wife's Ninja300 - those are the most stout frame protectors I've ever seen, lol. Very well made, everything fit perfect. When I was doing research on sliders for her bike, I couldn't find anything negative about Oggy.

Def not sheet metal, lol. Here's the photo of the packaging:


Sorry, I did not bother to take a photo of them mounted before installing the fairings.

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