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Riders Discount now has Woodcraft motorcycle parts and accessories available! Everything from frame sliders to tire warmers, clip-ons and engine case covers or even ceramic wheel bearings - we have it all! Woodcraft is in the business of producing equipment that makes sense for racers and street riders alike. Eric Wood does this by melding his mechanical engineering knowledge against his racing experience to create performance motorcycle parts and accessories that can withstand the rigors of racing yet are suitable for street and trackday riders too. Every component is designed to function better than the part it replaces so you can focus on the ride without having to worry about your bike being up to snuff!

For more information, call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 or send him an email - FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM is the address and we'll get back to you right away.

Woodcraft 3-Piece Clip-Ons come in standard or riser configurations.


Woodcraft Frame Sliders with replaceable slider pucks.


Woodcraft Brake Pedal Return Springs provide a positive feel for those that like to use the rear brake.


Woodcraft Tire Warmers are available in two styles: dual temp and Push Button Digital.
 

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To stop all the double handling, how about I just get my work to put my pay cheque into your account?
Every time I get on here you have something else I want!
 

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Hahaha. Try working here and seeing all the cool stuff everyday.

I keep wanting to put money down on a 675R but I know every one of my checks would go toward parts.
Why do you think I keep sending so many PMs?

haha
 

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I'm thinking about the riser configuration, is it known any problem about installing this clip-on on oue D675? I mean if I'll have to modify anything or if I'll have trouble with measures of the clip-ons..
 

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There are a couple of things that you have to look out for. The first is you can not raise them too much otherwise you will have clearance issues with the upper fairing and the lines will start too be too short. The second concern is what do you do with the brake reservoir. Woodcraft has a very nice little brake that takes away the brake reservoir issue.
 

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I can vouch for their engine covers, they're top notch (and even sound good), I'm curious about the ceramic wheel bearings.
 
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