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    To you who have Lightech axle sliders on your Tuono

    Hello!

    Is there anybody who have the Lightech axle sliders on their Tuono (I have the 2017) who can show me some pictures on how the rear slider on the chain/sprocket side of the bike look mounted on the bike? If you have closeup photos I would love you even more!

    I'm really liking the look of these sliders, but I'm a bit curious to how it will look on the big "bolt" that is on this rear side.

    I know Evotech and R&G both have solutions on how to hide the big bolt, but not Lightech. I can probably live with the look of the Lightech, but I'm still a bit curious to see some photos if anybody already have them on their bike

    Cheers!

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    Check out the evotechs too. Looks similar but covers the bolt.
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    Also note that Lightech axle sliders don't have a rod through the axle, e.g. Evotech Performance. They're held in place by expanding washers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1128 View Post
    Also note that Lightech axle sliders don't have a rod through the axle, e.g. Evotech Performance. They're held in place by expanding washers.

    That’s correct. Personally I’d go with Evotech or similar but I got the Lightechs essentially for free when I bought a used Baxley wheel chock. They look a little blingy for me but I figure they’re better than having nothing.

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