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I Switched from regular spools to the Woodcraft Superbike lifter ;-) Huge difference in just engaging and ease of lifting.
Super quality made... I was running into clearance issues with the stock chain adjuster plates so that is why I switched.
GLAD I did... this will make this a lot easier at the track and for anyone helping me when I come of the track for stand help.

Can order thru this link https://woodcraft-cfm.com/?ref=m4l02fw68s not a lot but helps. There are tons of R7 products, and more coming.

Cant wait to get some of the other parts mounted up.
 

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I too think GP lift works better than spools at the track, and in general. Woodcraft wasn't available when I got the bike so I went with Fast Frank. I have his GP lift on other bikes and I've never had a problem.

I have the Womet-Tech rear axle slider (from TST) on the R7 but I don't really like the look, I might be switching to Woodcraft for that, I'll get the front too no matter what.
 

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I have both front and rear sliders... Definitely hope I don't have to use them lol
 
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I have both front and rear sliders... Definitely hope I don't have to use them lol
Mine on the rear appear unscratched after the tip over, but the bolt bent. I have some extra bolt's now. I am still shocked at how well the bike came out, minimal damage compared to me. LOL
 

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I just noticed, the rear Woodcraft sliders mount on a spool/lifter mount, not through the axle. The Womet go on the axle. Interesting. I liked the idea of on the axle, one less thing to safety wire.
 

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I just noticed, the rear Woodcraft sliders mount on a spool/lifter mount, not through the axle. The Womet go on the axle. Interesting. I liked the idea of on the axle, one less thing to safety wire.
There is a Thru Axel rear slider too...
As well as slider on the SBK Lifter
 
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