Engine Case Sliders

Kirkemon

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Personally, I prefer engine guards (crash bars) to sliders.
 

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I'm sure the sliders would work, not sure how long of a slide the'd hold up to, but I am sure they would pay for themselves in a minor slide or tip over. Engine cases are expensive to replace or repair.
 
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