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Old 08-26-2014, 07:01 PM   #1
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1190 Adventure crash sliders?

I have an 1190 with stock crash guards and pannier racks. I have added crash sliders to the handlebar ends. Do I need to add front and rear axle sliders or case sliders? My object is to protect the bike from a slide but I do not know what will touch down with the guards and racks installed.

Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
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Old 08-26-2014, 07:22 PM   #2
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R&G Racing products for 1190

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I have an 1190 with stock crash guards and pannier racks. I have added crash sliders to the handlebar ends. Do I need to add front and rear axle sliders or case sliders? My object is to protect the bike from a slide but I do not know what will touch down with the guards and racks installed.

Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
I have the R&G racing front and rear axle sliders fitted to my 2014 1190.
They are cheap and do a great job of protecting the bike.
You will not toucdown these parts unless youre a freak like Marquez.
I also have the R&G handlebar ends protection, its a top product.













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