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I love the T-Rex sliders I have on my R6. They look great and are simple to install. The manufacturer states that they are designed not to rotate during a drop or a slide.

It seemed to make sense as I installed them. I have yet to see if this is true.


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No cut frame sliders are more likely to break off. If any, I'd recommend low profile sliders like those from Woodcraft-CFM. Granted, you do need to trim bodywork but they are probably the least likely to break off (taking parts of your frame with it) than any others. The only ones I like more are the ones that fit inside the bodywork on the Ducati.

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Just ordered the no-cuts for my 2017... we'll see if it fit right.

I'll post a review when I get it installed. So far... the quality looks good. They sent me the wrong spools and wrong rear axel protector though... so we'll see.
 

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Just ordered the no-cuts for my 2017... we'll see if it fit right.

I'll post a review when I get it installed. So far... the quality looks good. They sent me the wrong spools and wrong rear axel protector though... so we'll see.
How did the install go? I couldn't find a review anywhere on here for the 2017 no-cut sliders.
 
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