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Woodcraft Technologies invents, develops and markets many of the best aftermarket motorcycle parts today. They make everything from shark guards, race stands, engine covers to spools. We are going to take a look at the famous woodcraft frame slider.

Woodcrafts Frame Sliders are typically a cut application, with a few of the bikes not needing to cut any fairings at all. Woodcraft has developed a way to allow 48% more plastic to slide on the ground by mounting the bolt that holds the frame slider perpendicular to the slider instead of parallel.
Woodcraft Frame Sliders do not stick out very far from the bodywork, this is done on purpose, the frame slider is to protect the frame, not the bodywork. When the slider protrudes to far outside of the bodywork it gets weaker and from personal experience it doesn't allow the bike to tumble out of control as easily.

We have done a Woodcraft Frame Slider install on a motorcycle, so you can see what kind of work is involved in putting these frame sliders on your motorcycle.

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You can view all of the applications of the Woodcraft Frame Sliders on our Website

If you have any questions or would like to order a set of frame sliders for your bike give Jason a call at 888-784-4327 ext 210, or e-mail [email protected]

Woodcraft gives you the frame sliders in a box where all the parts are wrapped to avoid unnecessary scratches.

Depending on the kit, you will usually get 2 Frame Bolts, 2 Slider bolts, 2 Bases, 2 Sliders, 2 Stickers and an instruction sheet.

Here is a closeup of the solid Aluminum base.

This shot shows you how the puck mounts on to the base of the Frame Slider.
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