Actually they'll be making money by NOT doing that. New people come in, buy bikes, ride off and drop their new bikes. More than likely they'll go back to the dealer and buy replacement parts from them that the sliders could have saved in the first place.MagpieTear said:Something Suzuki should seriously look as providing as OEM equipment on every SV they sell.
A large portion of the bikes in the members photogallery http://forum.svrider.com/photoalbum/index.php?cat=1 have Motosliders on them (I reccomend this gallery, but I'm slightly biased toward yellow bikes http://forum.svrider.com/photoalbum/thumbnails.php?album=8 )Justin1stSV said:Can anyone show me a picture of a bike with the motosliders on?
Also, can you buy sliders from a dealer when you buy the new bike?
No. You don't need a girlfriend.Justin1stSV said:I want to put on motosliders right from the beginning. I figure my chances of dropping it are greater in the 1st couple weeks. But...I don't have any tools. It sounds like you need a deep socket or something.