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I remember someone looking for the tiedown/sliders.  Here's a link to some that I found.  No experience with them just passing on the info...

Edit: Thanks conq...edited it to point to the sliders which are $55
 
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Those are pretty darned trick.

Now for a related question...

Has anyone with a 954 tied it down by hooking the two triangular engine mounts on either side of the bike (where the frame sliders go)? Or using 'soft hooks' to loop through the mount, then attaching the tie down to them?

Seems this would work.

Input anyone?
 

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Chain : Those are pretty darned trick.

Now for a related question...

Has anyone with a 954 tied it down by hooking the two triangular engine mounts on either side of the bike (where the frame sliders go)? Or using 'soft hooks' to loop through the mount, then attaching the tie down to them?

Seems this would work.

Input anyone?
I use that method all the time on my 929(NinerPilot taught me that trick and I think HondaGal(s) use it, too). I use soft ties around the engine bolts (where sliders attach) and than hook my tiedowns to them. It works great and keeps the load off the clipons like you get when using a Canyon Dancer.
 
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That was me RRWANTR, Thanks!  I knew I had seen some product out there.  Has anyone used them?  Will they thread into the 929, and have the different thread lengths per side?

Edit: I see the length differences in the picture
 
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interesting idea. I use only one tiedown per side, but not in that location. I wrap a soft tie around the most forward part of the subframe (I have a rubber thingie covering it so the strap doesn't rub and break). From there, I use a tie down strap and pull forward at a 45 degree angle. The front wheel MUST be in a wheel chock for this method. Rock solid, and doesn't tweek on the forks like conventional methods. This doesn't work on the 954 though, because the subframe is covered with plastic bodywork. Back to the conventional method on that one. Soft ties around the triple tree....
 
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SuperDave : That was me RRWANTR, Thanks!  I knew I had seen some product out there.  Has anyone used them?  Will they thread into the 929, and have the different thread lengths per side?

Edit: I see the length differences in the picture
Make sure if you order that you notice the one I posted the link for is for a F2 or F3 as the one for the 929/954 didn't have a picture. Just click on the link and then search for sliders and you should be able to find the ones for the 929/954.
 
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Thanks again RRWANTR, I ordered them today (hopefully correctly).

The Part No. for the 929 Frame Sliders is E80045
Safety Motorcycle Slider CBR 929 00- $55.00

The Part No. for the Slider Ring Kit is E80088 - $20.00

Total - $75.00 + Shipping

Couldn't get any one via phone or email, so I'll be the guinea pig.  I'm looking forward to a more secure bike during hualing, I've seen my straps loosen up on the Canyon Dancers and the bike would flop back and forth until retightened.
 
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So how does the slider work.....when you transport, you screw
off the slider & screw on the loop...???
 
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ZX9RCAM : So how does the slider work.....when you transport, you screw
off the slider & screw on the loop...???
Yea, I'm assuming you thread in the frame slider kit into frame, and then thread the nylon cap into the frame slider. When you want to transport, unscrew slider cap and screw in eye hook. That's the way I took it. Not repeatedly unthreading from the frame, but within the slider itself.

YoYodyne just called, unfortunately she (his wife) didn't know anything technical. Should be here next week.
 
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