The Best way to remove grips
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    The Best way to remove grips

    by OLDFATGUY » Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:27 am

    Honda grips are so easy to get off. Just pull up on the grip flange, till you seperate it from the bars just a little. Now turn on your air compressor, get your blowgun and shoot air between the grip and bars. They will actually just blow off. The best part is, you dont mess them up. You can always put them back on when you get ready to sell your bike. OFG
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    by Thumper950 » Mon Jan 10, 2011 8:38 pm

    Nice tip. i use a flat blade and some WD40 on stubborn grips
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    by grehamjones12 » Tue May 10, 2011 4:12 am

    Many golfers used ammonia-based or alcohol-based cleaners, such as window cleaner, to remove excess oil and dirt.Hair dryer and putty knife. I tried goo gone once, but made a big mess and took off some of the finish I think. Might as well jssut cover it back up.

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