How to install heated grips


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How to install heated grips

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Here is a video I made of me changing my grips, Hope it helps



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Nice video, never did know how that was done.
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Nicely done video, very informative; but in future limit music to intro- very distracting
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No Video Found - Possibly dead? :-(
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Re: How to install heated grips

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Yes, it appears the original video has been removed.
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Re: How to install heated grips

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Does anyone know how to remove Show Chrome handle grips? I want to replace them with Show Chrome heated handle grips.
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Re: How to install heated grips

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Hi, I replaced mine with OXFORD HEATED GRIPS. Getting the originals off was a right pain. I eventually decided that I didnt want to use then agai. so cut the rubber and got them off.

I am sure there may be a better way ;-)
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Re: How to install heated grips

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I purchased a set of heated grip covers ( $12 from ebay) that simply velcro around the existing grip so easy on,easy off no grip removal as I prefer my stock grips,just plug into usb port and work great down to about 18 degrees that is cold as it got here I also have the heated gloves for outside of hands, but the palms stayed warm...


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