SW-MOTECH Rear Axle / Swingarm Slider For BMW F700GS ’13-’18, F800R ’09-’18, F800GS ’08-’18, & F800GS Adventure ’14-’18

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The SW-MOTECH Rear Axle Slider is made of abrasion proof synthetic material to protect the rear swingarm / driveshaft assembly in the event of a crash or tip-over. read more

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Kit includes:

  • 2 rear axle sliders
  • Mounting material
  • Mounting instructions


  • BMW F700GS 2013-2018
  • BMW F800GS 2008-2018
  • BMW F800GS Adventure 2014-2018
  • BMW F800R 2009-2018

Part Numbers

Our part number: STP.07.176.10500.B
Manufacturer Number: STP.07.176.10500/B
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 4052572020944


Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2008 - 2018 BMW F800GS
2009 - 2014 BMW F800R
2013 - 2018 BMW F700GS
2014 - 2018 BMW F800GS Adventure
All Years BMW F700GS
All Years BMW F800GS
All Years BMW F800GS Adventure
All Years BMW F800R


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  1. ArrestRed

    Straightforward install


    Installed both the front and rear sliders two days ago. I have only average mechanical skills but was able to to do complete the installation successfully as the directions were clear and the parts fit perfectly.

    One issue. Pay careful attention to the axle blocks. At first look they seem identical, but the right axle block has a narrower lip on the front of the block. SW-Motech notes this by giving a different part number to each axle block but the picture, of the part, barely shows the difference. Your axle will not line up correctly if you install these on the wrong sides (my mistake, not SW-Motech’s).

    I haven’t fallen down sine they’ve been installed so I can’t comment as to how well they protect the expensive parts of my bike (BMW 2015 F800GS Adventure).

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