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Husky 450/510/610 axle/footpeg sliders

If you don't already have some, find the SME sliders too costly or don't feel like rigging some up for yourself...

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$25.95 sliders/per axle
$18.95 footpeg slider set (610 only)
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Hmmm....how much does Geo charge?
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ummm.... I think there may be a slight problem with the design of those footpeg sliders, unless that nut is tucked way up in there when assembled
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it's a footpeg grinder disguised as a slider! crap.
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Arent the footpegs folding? That would only help if they were fixed.
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maybe they'll work for huskys though. I don't think Joe or Gio ever had any trouble with their pegs touching down while on track

Kruz, that nut is going to grind once enough slider material is ground away
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some tracks require these, kruz.

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maybe they'll work for huskys though. I don't think Joe or Gio ever had any trouble with their pegs touching down while on track

Kruz, that nut is going to grind once enough slider material is ground away
BS I put my pegs down all the time sucka! Of course some of those times the whole bike goes with it. Actually I drag my pegs crazy style because my form is awful.



BTW Kruz I only charge beer (edit: cigars are also accepted currency but either way your are expected to drink or smoke with me) for axle sliders. (customer must also supply old skateboard wheels and threaded rod and nuts) Those look pretty decent at least the axle ones, I just would be afraid of the taper it could be a weak point. My skateboard wheels have lasted well even after crashing a couple of times. SME Slider suck! I destroyed the ones on the yz first crash. No protection and no customer support. I won't let them steal money from me again. As far as foot peg sliders, you can modify the cheap YZ peg sliders that they sell to work. I'm gonna make some peg sliders for the husky soon.

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I think that day I rode your bike it was pogo-ing so much I was dragging parts going down the straight.

and to be fair, I only drag pegs because I'm fat and the DRZ is a short undersprung girl's bike
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I think that day I rode your bike it was pogo-ing so much I was dragging parts going down the straight.
So! That counts, I actually don't count any of the time I've ridden the Husky on the track only the YZ. Its gonna be interested going to LOL with 0 time on a new suspension, new front brakes and my overall lack of skill or willingness to practice.

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If you want i can make some rear axle sliders up, all i need is a Picture and some dimensions of your rear, front just use the threaded rod or send me a pic of your forks also the foot pegs with dimensions, I have delrin material and a lathe and end mill, $50 for all.

Heres a pic and drawing of my rear axle block and delrin sliders.
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If you want i can make some rear axle sliders up, all i need is a Picture and some dimensions of your rear, front just use the threaded rod or send me a pic of your forks also the foot pegs with dimensions, I have delrin material and a lathe and end mill, $50 for all.

Heres a pic and drawing of my rear axle block and delrin sliders.
Hey Jerk your cutting into my business!

BTW you have to stop by my house and make me a couple of motor case sliders like we discussed.

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Hey Jerk your cutting into my business!

BTW you have to stop by my house and make me a couple of motor case sliders like we discussed.

Didnt mean too, just letting him know theres other shit out there, I dont like the threaed rod and shit, i almost got flaged at the last race and it cost me about 6 secs for 2 laps when my frt fuckin axle slider rod decided to let loose and was hanging out 1/2 way for about 1.5 laps, they would have flagged me if it didnt come out all the way, all the while i was in a tight battle for 3rd place. Im making up a new style to mount on the forks 1 bolt each side.

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Like this but a larger diameter.
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Didnt mean too, just letting him know theres other shit out there, I dont like the threaed rod and shit, i almost got flaged at the last race and it cost me about 6 secs for 2 laps when my frt fuckin axle slider rod decided to let loose and was hanging out 1/2 way for about 1.5 laps, they would have flagged me if it didnt come out all the way, all the while i was in a tight battle for 3rd place. Im making up a new style to mount on the forks 1 bolt each side.
I gotta fix for that but its an industry secret. BTW I'll be a test dummy for your new style, but I'm vain so it would have to be black. You hook me up, I pay in cigar!

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Like this but a larger diameter.
I can make that out of a skateboard wheel.

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