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Woodcraft Frame Slider Puck
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Woodcraft Frame Slider Puck

These solid replacement pucks are sold separately and work on nearly all models of Woodcraft sliders. It's a good idea for racers to carry a spare in the toolbox. They are replaced with the single perpendicular bolt.

The frames on certain bikes are very close to the bodywork, so Woodcraft developed a shorter puck for race purposes. They are 1/4" shorter than the standard replacement pucks. 

Note: The low profile pucks are recommended for racing use on many models and Ducati under bodywork sliders.

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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

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

  • All pucks are sold individually
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Woodcraft Frame Slider Puck 4.9 5 15 15
I can't imagine better sliders than Woodcraft I purchased these pucks for the Woodcraft frame slider bases that I purchased for my 2007 ZX-10R. They are very stout, about 2 inches in diameter. I haven't had the misfortune of letting them do their job, but I'm sure if/when the time comes they will be up to the task of protecting my bike. For installation, Woodcraft recommends a 2 inch hole saw, however, to achieve the best fit possible, I went with a 1 3/4 inch hole saw and then fine tuned the holes with a Dremel tool. They fit tight now with no gap whatsoever. I couldn't be happier with this purchase. December 12, 2014
Easy Install and looks Good This slider (I hope to never have to use it) looks really good on my bike. It blends in well and does not look out of place. November 26, 2014
nice finish Sliders have a nice finish, and unlike other sliders I had, it does not have a hollowed inside. God forbid, in the event of a spill, you get that extra layer of plaplastic to save your bike November 18, 2014
Best frame slider out there It's probably the best slider out there that you can buy. You have to cut the fairing a bit but it's well worth the extra effort because it really gives you the best protection you can get. Those no-cut frame sliders can't even compare. Woodcraft Technology really spent the time to come up with this slider and it looks great on my 2009 650R and for the price, it's really the best bang for the buck frame slider. September 8, 2014
I should have.. I should have read this part before purchasing.. Note: The low profile pucks are recommended for racing use on many models and Ducati under bodywork sliders. Now I have to get a new alternator cover and I'm getting the standard length pucks next. August 28, 2014
Seem to be good I bought these for my Fz 09. I really like that they are not hollow like other frame sliders so they will hold up longer during a slide. Only complaint I have is for my bike, it sure looks like the clutch cover would hit before they would do anything. Have not had the chance to test them yet (thankfully), but they would same the frame I'm sure, just not the engine. If I get another bike though, these will be put on. August 18, 2014
Easy to install, look good too At first I was skeptical about the stainless colored screw. I wanted it to be black and match the slider. But now after seeing it on the bike I actually prefer it. It accents the slider well. As far as the performance goes, I cannot comment on that and I hope to never have to! August 4, 2014
Buy 2!!! easy to install once base is on. Make sure to buy 2!! July 13, 2014
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Woodcraft Frame Slider Puck
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jennifer H: Added protection in case. Feb 28, 2015
Tommy H: Added protection to the sliders. Feb 22, 2015
Matthew W: I dropped it once and figured I'd probably do it again sometime. It's never if, but when. Feb 17, 2015
Jon R: To protect bike bits Feb 14, 2015
Kristofer J: I needed this for my woodcraft frame slider base, saved my bike from a drop. Works wonders! Feb 1, 2015
Robby M: I like the fact that they are replaceable and you don't have to buy an entire assebly if you don't need to. Dec 16, 2014
Steve H: Other owners really like Woodcraft. I also like the look on my bike. Nov 1, 2014
Stanford G: Affordable good solution to protect the bike in the event of a fall Oct 27, 2014
Richard T B: help protect bike in event of crash. Sep 29, 2014
Ismael B: I chose these frame sliders due to the other costumers reviews. they seem to be the best sliders for the price. Sep 11, 2014
Eric M: Good reviews (love your install videos). Great design. Aug 27, 2014
Mathias G: Need to change due to my longer frame sliders which caused my bike to flip when I went down at the track since they dug into the dirt and catapulted the bike. Aug 4, 2014
Wade M: Wanted to feel safer on my bike and this was one of the first steps. Aug 1, 2014
sri K: Brand chosen based on internet / bike forum reviews /recommendtaion Jul 24, 2014
Robbie F: These are required for the Woodcraft base pieces. I really like the colour options as well, and the fact the entire puck can be used in a slide. Jun 9, 2014
Andre A: I chose this product because of the good reviews from many sources and their early work on the FZ-09 parts. May 28, 2014
Daniel A: Replacement. Original handled a low side perfectly. May 18, 2014
Nicholas D: goes with the frame slider May 15, 2014
Dave J: they are required Apr 20, 2014
matt l: They appear to be high quality and look really nice Mar 21, 2014
Errol G: Cheap and it's Woodcraft Mar 4, 2014
A shopper asked: Is the price for a pair or single puck? Sep 24, 2014
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Joel L: It's for an individual puck. I made that mistake the first time I ordered one and Revzilla called to make sure I knew that. Sep 26, 2014
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Errol G: For a single puck. Made the same mistake twice, haha! Sep 30, 2014
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erik s: single puck i made that mistake when i ordered them. Sep 25, 2014
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Ryan I: Pair Sep 25, 2014
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Andres P asked: What is this slider made of? Aug 12, 2014
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Parham N: The black ones are plastic, the other colors are aluminum. I'd go with the plastic since it can absorb more energy compared to aluminum which just directly transfers the energy to the frame and engine. Aug 13, 2014
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Jonathan N: Made of a hard plastic type of material. works great for the silly driveway tip overs. Aug 14, 2014
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Che T: They look like Delrin, but I am not 100% certain. Aug 13, 2014
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Jason B: It's a plastic Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I bought a short puck. I am thinking about getting a long puck. The short one looks like wont protect much on the left side of the bike. Whats the difference in measurements between the two? maybe a side by side picture Feb 10, 2015
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Conrad F: I installed the short puck on my bike and will most defintly protect the bike, gives it exactly the perfect amount of protection it will need. Mar 2, 2015
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Daniel A: 1/4" difference between the two according to the product description Mar 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the diameter of these pucks? I'm thinking about mounting a gopro roll bar mount if it would fit. ( 1.4-2.5") Jun 26, 2014
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Michael M: Don't know the diameter. But I've got a gopro roll bar setup on mine and just did a track day at COTA without issues. The pucks do come in different lengths (short or long). I got the short for an 2009 R6 and the roll bar mount just barely fits. Still works though. Jun 26, 2014
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Jason B: Im currently don't have access to measure mine, but I can tell you they are right at 2" in diameter. Maybe 2.25" Jun 26, 2014
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Andrey S asked: Does it fit to my 2014 Honda CBR650F? Do I need to remove plastic to install this sliders? Which sliders will be better for street riding? Where I can find instruction how to install the sliders, what place? Thanks. Feb 11, 2015
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bryan a: Since this is just a slider puck, you need to search for the slider base kit for your particular bike. I am pretty sure revzilla has a kit for your bike. As for me, i bought the sliders for my 2013 suzuki gsxr, and i had to cut a hole through the fairings to mount them. i believe these are meant to be engine mount sliders, not frame sliders. Feb 12, 2015
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