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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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Belmar D: The Polished Aluminum Slider Pucks looked like they would work well with my bike's color scheme. I like the Idea that the Woodcraft Puck has a solid face instead of a hollow one; It will not catch debris if you go into a slide. I have heard only positive comments concerning Woodcraft products.Apr 22, 2015
A S: i needed to get 2 of these to go on the base set of frame sliders. so for a pair of pucks you are looking at $30.Apr 21, 2015
adam w: I chose this because of the great reputation that Woodcraft has with their products. This is a nice, simple design.Apr 10, 2015
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
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 pictureFeb 10, 2015
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
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
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