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post #11 of 18 Old 11-30-12, 19:33
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I've been thinking about changing over to these as well. Are they a larger outside diameter then the OEM grips?
Slightly, not by much. Feel is much better IMO...
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post #12 of 18 Old 12-01-12, 02:43
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I changed to ProGrip 719 Dual density grips when my stock throttle grip started slipping. They were pretty cheap, look good on the bike, and feel good too.
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I def like the looks of the spider grips
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post #14 of 18 Old 12-03-12, 04:45
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Meant to post this pic with my initial comment on the subject, but couldn't find it until now.



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I use the Driven D3 Grips and love them! They last longer I've found and actually mould to the shape of your hand / grip.

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For renthal grips or any grip for that matter; do you guys use any sort of grip glue for installation?

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Not for the spiders. They are tight and sticky.
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I don't use any for my D3 grips. In fact I actually use WD40 to get them on and then just leave them overnight and it evaporates.

The other nice thing about the Driven D3's is that when you need to replace your grips its really cheap as you only replace the rubber and not the aluminum collar bits.

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