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My "GSG Moko" sliders arrived from Germany. I installed them the next day. I'm impressed by the quality. The cost was $180.Cdn.
 

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What's that white stuff on the ground? Ahh, to be in Southern California - I think I'll go for a ride tomorrow

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Hey now! Stop making fun of guys that have to wait until winter is over/images/icons/smile.gif.

Let other people be right sometimes...it soothes them for being nothing else!
 

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Thanks for the ripping guys,
I know, you guys in the southern States have all the luck!
But then you don't have the roads we have in Alberta and B.C. Though right now I would give up one or two for some decent freaking warm weather!
 

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That price is crazy.

Professionals are predictable, but the world is full of amateurs
 

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where did you get them from?
is that with shipping?

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http://www.moko-gsg.de/
They are a company in Germany. Look on page 80-87
Shipping cost ?
A friend of mine brought them back after a visit.
e-mail them. They will let you know what the shipping will cost. Considering they are the only company who sells sliders for our bike, I felt the price was worth it!
And after installing them I think I got my money's worth!
Good luck.
 

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Don't know about the 929's but on the F4's you have to cut into the cowls..


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Nice picture dude.
Good to see I'm not the only rider experienced in the art of winter riding. All we need is dry roads to ride, watch out for the gravel!! ha ha ..
 

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It's nice riding in the winter, just your bike gets all dirty alot faster. Plus the special tire compound I got for the winter months.. Bridgestone Blizzaks for Sportbikes LOL/images/icons/laugh.gif

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Silver~ Don't forget the 900's too. I had to cut my fairings on my RR to put my sliders on. Thankfully Crud had a hole saw I could borrow. Still, there's nothing like drilling into your fairings and thinking: "Welp, no going back now." /images/icons/crazy.gif/images/icons/laugh.gif

 
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