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Shogun Swing Arm Sliders
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders - Black
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders - White
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders - Silver
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders - Carbon S5
  • Shogun Swing Arm Sliders - Black

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Shogun Swingarm Spools

If you plan on going to the track, or just working on your sportbike at home, Shogun Swing Arm Spools are a must.

Designed with style and function in mind, these sliders are for use with race type swing arm stands as well as adding protection to your swing arm in the event of a crash. CNC machined, with the highest grade steel bolt and aluminum inserts.

Sold as a pair.

NOTE: Carbon S5 Frame Sliders include a black anodized T-6061 aluminum end cap.

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Ninja 300 Decided on theses as opposed to other swing arm sliders because theses are proper beefy. Sure the Yoshimura ones are prettier, but this quietly fits right into the style of my bike as well. Very easy to install. Grab an allen key and go at it. Put on some lock-tite if you want to be extra secure. I ordered the Ninja 250 size which is Kawasaki's standard 10mm bolt. Fit on my NInja 300 just fine. February 21, 2013
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Shogun Swing Arm Sliders
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Andrew S asked: What size spools are these? Dec 30, 2013
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edmond b: m8 hole in them, a rear paddock stand picks them up no problem Jan 30, 2014
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Andy L asked: I was just wondering whats the difference between "ZX-6R" and "ZX-6R ZX636". I'm about to buy a 2013 zx6r but not sure what difference is between them? Sep 28, 2015
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