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  1. Cosmetic Mods
    Hi All, I've hunting high and low for a frame slider kit for the 2013 675R but most stockists aren't aware of the change in the 13's frame geometry. I've already had quite a stuff around with a US supplier (I eventually got my $300 back) as what fit the 12 does NOT fit the 13. Any urls would...
  2. Cosmetic Mods
    Hey all, Just installed some crash protection / frame sliders for this track day season (I've been meaning to do it for a few years!) so thought I'd make up a mini write up. Bought the GBRacing full kit from here (clicky). More expensive than some of the other cheapy places but seemed better...
  3. How To's
    Just got my LSL frame sliders in and need a little help. The instructions show a front and rear view but no side view as to where the mounting points are. Just seeing if anyone here has some pics with them mounted with the fairings off so I can get a better idea of where they go.
  4. Riders Discount
    Woodcraft frame sliders are built with crash protection and ease of use in mind. Crash protection properties are looked after with solid slider pucks that are sat atop an aluminum base and assembled with quality hardware to protect your bike's frame in the event of a crash. The two piece design...
  5. Riders Discount
    RidersDiscount.com now carries GB Racing components! Designed and manufactured in the UK, GB Racing has become recognized for employing excellent engineering capabilities to create bolt-on motorcycle crash protection products. The FIM-approved components are manufactured using injection molded...
  6. The Street Triple 675!
    Hi everyone I'm new to this forum and would like your opinions on the street triple as a first bike. Before you call me a squid for wanting a almost supersport bike for my first motorcycle realize that I have been riding dirtbikes since I was 12 so I know how to shift and use a clutch, am...
  7. General 675 discussion
    I installed a set of Gilles frame sliders. When I tried to put the fairings back on the slider mount prevents the fairing from going all the way in. If I tighten the bolts it causes the fairing to bend some. It hits near the rear bolt. Has anyone had an issue like this with double mount sliders...
  8. Riders Discount
    Gilles Tooling frame sliders for the Triumph 675 are built with a patented crash-absorbing mechanism that's designed to reduce the force of impact "felt" by your bike's frame should the unfortunate happen. The crash pads are actually a two-piece design with a high-density compression material...
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