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Woodcraft Bar End Sliders
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Woodcraft Bar End Sliders

Woodcraft Bar End Sliders fit all Woodcraft bars and bars with a 5/8'' inner diameter. The puck mount system is passed down from their patented frame sliders. The perpendicular mounted bolt eliminates the need to dig plastic out of the puck after a crash making replacement a breeze. 

Woodcraft Bar End Siders with weights are design to reduce handlebar vibration. 

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • Woodcraft Bar End Sliders will only fit on Woodcraft 5/8 inner diameter clip-on bars
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Without Weights 898213 16-0299B Available: Usually ships in 3-4 business days
With Weights 898214 16-5299B In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Woodcraft Bar End Sliders 4.5 5 19 19
Expensive but nice. These are the only Woodcraft sliders for the bars. Have not yet tested durability in a crash. They are solid and weighted, but not as heavy as OEM CBR500R bar ends. Finish is steel and plain. Looks also boring. The price is expensive compared to any other bar ends. November 2, 2015
Great Overall: Weighted-set I bought these for my 2013 Suzuki GSX-R 750. Even though the stock clip-ons are 7/8in and these are technically meant for the Woodcraft 5/8in clip-ons; they still fit just fine since they are installed through a well nut fastener type mechanism that expands inside of the clip-on. I've had Shogun bar-end sliders on a previous bike, and I personally think these have a more professional and quality finish to them. I would definitely recommend these. September 23, 2015
Easy Installation These fit on the woodcraft clips-on's for a Ninja 300. Easy to install. I'm just now starting to see rust spots on the metal only after about 2 weeks after they were installed, I live in California so its usually hot and dry. As far as Durability will have to see how bad they get once the weather starts to change in the fall. Might have to paint them or something. July 20, 2015
Great Bar Ends Bought this for my 2015 Ninja ZX6R, fits like a glove. Just gotta make sure the rubber sleeve isn't tightened too much prior to install and lube it up a little, I used wd40. Once it's fit tighten the bolt and done, just screw the delrin end on. Looks good and performs better than my old OEM bar ends. No vibration whatsoever. Went on a 2 hour ride after I was done and my hands felt as good as when I first took off. Would definitely recommend. July 6, 2015
Great slider These bar end sliders are top notch. The integrated weight helps reduce vibrations and I really like the fact that there is no bolt on the end of the puck. In the event of a crash, no digging out plastic trying to get to the bolt head. Much cleaner look too. Highly recommend! July 6, 2015
Good quality, doesn't fit 7/8" aluminum Renthals Called Woodcraft and asked if the tech could measure the stepped-down diameter of the bar weight that goes into the handlebar. He said it was around 14 mm... turns out it was closer to 16 mm. Had to machine down the diameter of the step ~0.080". Otherwise great, quality product. June 22, 2015
THESE ARE UNIVERSAL FIT!!!!! i really don't understand why people find it necessary to leave a negative review on a product when they buy something that doesn't fit their application. it's not the product's fault. these are universal fit for a certain size of bar, measure yours or look up what they are to make sure they fit. i have renthal clipons on my 08 r1, and they fit fine. snug, but they're supposed to be. once installed they look very nice, fit like a stock item. very clean. screw placement is clever too. should be out of the way in the event of a crash. i haven't tested these yet, but the plugs the clipons came with held up perfectly when i did test them, very tiny scratches on bar itself. if these hold up as well as those, i'd expect em to be exactly what i want. this review is for the non-weighted version, so i don't know how that affects vibes. but i just keep my damper tightened down, that's done more for vibes than any bar end i've used anyway. June 22, 2015
DOES NOT FIT 06-07 YAMAHA R6 You may find out the hard way that the dorks at Yamaha glued and threaded inserts into the bar ends so they will never come out. The only way to use these is to buy new handlebars. June 12, 2015
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Woodcraft Bar End Sliders
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jeff M: Woodcraft makes great stuff, so this just adds to the protection of the bike :-) Sep 19, 2015
David F: functionality Aug 31, 2015
Kevin O: wanted a good brand for sliders and the weights.....definitely helped! Jun 4, 2015
Cedric M: Numb hands do not equal good vibrations Mar 25, 2015
James V: Multiple recommendations to eliminate vibration. Work very well. Mar 15, 2015
A S: these are great for eliminating vibrations no more numb hands Oct 20, 2014
Richard T B: wanted to have some protection and keep the vibrations down. Sep 29, 2014
Keegan F: Got clip-ons for my Ninja 300 and had some handlebar vibration. Weighted bar-ends were suggested to me so I stuck with the same brand as my clip-ons. Jun 25, 2014
Steven P: Trusted name and simple looks, Feb 12, 2014
Chris T: Minimalist style (didn't want something that looked like it belonged on a spaceship) and brand reputation. Feb 11, 2014
L A: I tend to like Woodcraft products. They look sturdy, and i like the fact you can replace them if you happen to go down. Dec 21, 2013
Kevin G asked: Hey mate, just wondering if this'll fit an 2013 GSXR-750 L3 without modifications? Jan 20, 2015
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Michael H: The stock bars have two little nubs that stick out at the end of the bar. If you take off the stock bar end, you'll see them. The purpose is to keep the bar ends secure and prevent any rotation. As mentioned above, you could install these without any modifications, but the stock nubs will prevent the woodcraft bar ends from sitting flush against the stock bar and there will be a small gap. If you want to eliminate the gap, you have two options:

1) File down the nubs so the bar end sits flush with the bar. I personally didn't want to permanently file down the nubs in case I ever wanted to put stock bar ends back on.

2) Go to the hardware store and buy two washers that have a circumference ~ the same as the bar and with a hole big enough to fit the bar end through. You need to drill two small holes in each washer so that the nubs will fit into them. You can also paint the washers if you want. This eliminates the gap, keeps the stock nubs, and keeps the slide secure.

I did option 2 and have not had any issues with the slider working itself loose. I think it looks fine and isn't noticeable. Note that HD or other big box department stores didn't have washers that would fit for me. I had to go to a small local hardware store to find ones that were the right size.
Jan 24, 2015
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Henry A: Yes and no. The bar ends are secured by tightening a bolt which will cause the rubber to expand inside of handlebar. Now you can do this on your 750 and have no problem. (This is what i have on my gsxr600)However, a small amount of material sticks out for the the stock ends. This will cause a slight gap on any bar end you install. Most people will not notice this gap but if you want you can file down the ends to eliminate the gap. Jan 21, 2015
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Benny C: Yes. They'll fit any Woodcraft clip on bar. The bars have a strange inner diameter (15.875mm according to the sales department.) Jan 21, 2015
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Kevin G: Ahhh bugger, I wanted to put them on but it looks like I'll have to resort to another brand. Cheers lads! Jan 23, 2015
Eric C: I think that they would. Aslong as your bars don't HD average the incerts for the Bolt in type of sliders. Jan 21, 2015
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Cameron M: Yea bro u Sould have no problem no different from my k9 Jan 21, 2015
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paul h asked: will this fit onto a 2013 speed triple 1050 as is or is another part required? Apr 25, 2015
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Zach S: I have them on my 2010 street triple r. It took significant modification of the gandle bars. The outer diameter of the bar end plug is bigger than the Inner diameter of the handle bar. Also, the bars had a threaded plug that the original bar end screwed into. Some people can back it out but mine was stuck so I had to drill it out. Not fun. Apr 25, 2015
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Benny C: Unfortunately, these are designed to only fit into Woodcraft bars as is. They have an odd diameter size (about 15.875 mm), so they are hard to fit into other bars, unless you play with the bushing sizes. I hope this answers your question. Good luck. Apr 25, 2015
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Eric C: If the inside DIA. Is big enough to get the bar slider end into the bar. The rubber in the middle will expand to grab the inside of the bar. 7/8's is stock for most bars. Apr 25, 2015
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Kuljot B asked: I have a 2012 cbr600rr with stock grips. I know these will fit on wood craft grips or 5/8" ones. Will these fit on my stock grips? I will check if my bar is hollow when I remove the stock but can I take out whatever is in there and fit these without losing functionality? Let me know Dec 14, 2014
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Tim F: From my experience there is usually a but welded inside the bar that the stock bar end mounts to. If you want to use these you would need to drill that but out and then they should work. Dec 18, 2014
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Tim F: From my experience there is usually a but welded inside the bar that the stock bar end mounts to. If you want to use these you would need to drill that but out and then they should work. Dec 18, 2014
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Justin M: Not 100% positive on the stock grips, I will say I picked up some $12.99 renthal mediums and just used those. Dec 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 2014 Ural Gear-up. Folks say the handlebars are 7/8" & I believe I measured 5/8" interior diameter. Will the weighted versions fit? Thanks. Jun 29, 2015
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Biran B: 7/8"OD tubing used fur motorcycles is pretty standardized and typically have a 5/8" ID.

These sliders expand as you tighten them, so they should fit. They fit right onto the 7/8" barss on my sv. Should work fine.

Weighed or not, the hardware that holds them into the bars should be the same.
Jun 29, 2015
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Andrew C: Yes -- the Bar End Sliders will expand outwards to fit a larger gap sturdily. 7/8" should be no problem. Jun 29, 2015
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Matthew W asked: Will these fit on a 2007 ZX-10R? Sep 1, 2014
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Chris T: Dunno, but probably not. They advertise that they only fit the woodcraft bars...for some inexplicable (from a marketing standpoint) reason. I would just measure the interior of your bars and compare that to the diameter of the bar ends. I bought 'em for my 2011 Ducati Monster and they didn't fit. Too big. If it turns out they don't fit your bike try Motovation bar ends, they're awesome. More expensive but more comprehensive. Anyway, good luck. Sep 30, 2014
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James I: As long as when you remove the stock bar ends the bars are hollow... then yes. Sep 18, 2014
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James H asked: I have the renthal clip ons, wanted to get the weighted sliders, but was wondering if ill have enough space to get the guard mounts as well?

Jun 1, 2015
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Eric C: As long as the inside Dia. Is the same as stated for the bar ends "7/8's I think is stock it should work Jun 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hey mate, just wondering if this will fit a 2013 GSXR-750 L3 without any modification? Jan 20, 2015
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Hao D: They will not. Jan 20, 2015
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Nicole M asked: Has anyone got these with driven clipons?
Wondering if the driven clipons have the required 5/8'' inner diameter?
May 8, 2014
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Riley K: I know most people on the Ninja 300 forums are using that combination. Not sure if its the same for your bike but driven and woodcraft both use the same universal sizes. Jan 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will this work on a 2009 zx6r? Apr 25, 2014
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James I: Yes as long as your bars are hollow when the old bar ends are removed. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this work on my 2006 GSXR? Mar 10, 2014
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FREDDY N: Yes Apr 8, 2014
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