R&G Front Axle Sliders for Yamaha FZ-07 ’14-’17 & MT-07 ’18-’19

SKU:RG.FP0154BK
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Description

Fork damage is not only expensive but can put a quick end to your well planned adventure or day at the track. Prevent damage to the fork bottoms and brake calipers of your motorcycle with R&G Fork Protectors. read more

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SKU:
RG.FP0154BK
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Brand:
R&G
Weight:
.25 lbs
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Price

$46.99

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$46.99

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Description

The R&G Fork Protectors are designed specifically limit damage to the fork bottoms and brake calipers of your motorcycle in the event of a drop or crash.

  • Easy to install.
  • Hardware and installation instructions included.
  • Durable high-density nylon end caps are replaceable if damaged.

Fork Protector

Fitment Notes

2014-2017 Yamaha FZ-07

2018-2019 Yamaha MT-07

Part Numbers

Our part number: RG.FP0154BK
Manufacturer Number: FP0154BK
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 5055780394141

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2014 - 2017 Yamaha FZ-07
2018 - 2020 Yamaha MT-07
All Years Yamaha FZ-07
All Years Yamaha MT-07

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  1. TravelFroggy

    easy install, looks sturdy and good

    TravelFroggy

    Install was easy and quick. Sliders look sturdy enough, at least to protect in case of minor spills or drops (could happen to anybody). And they do look good, go quite natural with my black/bluerple FZ-07. Shipping was quick enough too.

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  2. Rog

    Bolt is too long

    Rog

    Easy to install, but the bolt is too long for the designated application (Yamaha Fz-07). Does R&G actually try these out before selling them? The bolt sticks out on both sides of the slider by about 1/8 inch. I’m sure that in the unfortunate case of an accident it will grind the bolt down, but WTF, it looks stupid with the bolt sticking out.

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