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Hi, does anyone know of any frame sliders for the R3 that stick far enough out from the fairing that you can extend your leg and rest it on them? Not the entire width of the leg of course, but just enough so you can rest it there for some minutes when you knees hurt.

Also, is this an easy install?

Thanks!
 

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If you're having that bad of problems with the knees then think about lowering the footpegs. I'm sure you'll be able to find a thread on this forum of several people that have.
 

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For no-cut sliders, youll probably find theyre more uncomfortable as youll be almost squatting and bent over much more.
 

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I had to do a Google search to find who sold Orthofeet Biofit Pacific Palisades and you came up. So I bought them from orthofeet. The shoes DO fit as they should. I have noticed however, that they are not as beefy as before. I can understand as they are expensive shoes and the manufacturer is trying to keep the price down. But they still fit perfectly, accepted my orthotic without complaint, and my feet still have wiggle room for my toes. Great shoe. I fervently hope you continue to carry these and the manufacturer will continue to make them.
 

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Even the cut fairing sliders are way too close to be usable as a foot rest. Better off buying a more comfortable bike.
 
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