V-Twin Frame Sliders
We offer the most comprehensive selection of V-Twin Frame Sliders available on the market. Each product is specifically chosen from the best and top aftermarket frame slider manufacturers that are known to produce the highest quality, most durable and stylish products. Our featured V-Twin Frame sliders will surely complement any Harley or V-Twin motorcycle because of its brilliant designs; thus providing unique looks, ultimate functionality and protection.
Motorcycle Frame Sliders, also called frame protectors are made out of plastics such as acetal, nylon, delrin, and sometimes aluminum. The sliders are fitted on the engine bolts both on the left and right sides of a bike. Frame sliders reduce potential damage to suspension components, wheels and other essential parts of a Harley or V-Twin application during a crash.
Unlike most of the accessories we install on our bikes, frame sliders are something we hope to never have the occasion to use. But, if and when the occasion presents itself, frame sliders could be the difference between extensive body repairs and merely cosmetic damage, not to mention an injured ego.
Frame sliders may also provide the ability to ride the bike home, or elsewhere, as opposed to having it towed. Very well made, reasonably priced and, depending on the brand and model of bike, easy to install, a set of Frame sliders is money well spent.
The majority of motorcycle manufacturers have nothing in place from the factory to help to minimize damage to the bike should a tip-over or fall happen. Maybe it’s their way of ensuring continued business in replacement parts. Any bike with a fairing, is highly prone to body damage, purely by design. On these bikes even a tip-over can have costly consequences. But what if there was something simple that you could add to your bike that could minimize the damage that can occur from such an incident? Frame sliders, which are basically a type of knob device that sticks out from the side of the bike, are designed to perform this task.
Since they stick out farther than the body work, their purpose is to hold the bike up off of the road surface enough to prevent the fairing and other body work from making contact with the road.