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    Removing stock GPR grips

    Bought some new dpi grips, how do I get the old ones off?


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    Take the end cap off the bars......Then cut length wise through the grip and peel off.

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    welcome to the forum Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by krispaintballz View Post
    Take the end cap off the bars......Then cut length wise through the grip and peel off.

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    +1 real easy to do. You may have to cut a little bit off the new grips where the trim lever is.

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    might as well replace the stock bars while you are at it

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    Glad I measured before I cut, seems like the grips dont wanna fit over the trim tube on the handlebar, at least it LOOKS that way to me. Don't know why, I saw these grips hanging on the wall in rich's shop, figured they would fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racecar_Dave View Post
    Glad I measured before I cut, seems like the grips dont wanna fit over the trim tube on the handlebar, at least it LOOKS that way to me. Don't know why, I saw these grips hanging on the wall in rich's shop, figured they would fit.
    You gotta get grips that are dirt bikes because there throttles are like our Trim levers. ODI Rogue grips I have.

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    yeah mine are odi too, but i think there atv grips maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racecar_Dave View Post
    yeah mine are odi too, but i think there atv grips maybe.

    They are the same. The pwc ones just use aluminum and stainless hardwareto prevent rust. They will fit just not over the white trim control tube. You need to cut this off.

    I would go with aftermarket bars, a riva drop nozzle kit, and primer. This makes you bars look real clean with no clutter.

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    now with an auto-drop can you trim it up past neutral or once the handle is released is this as high as the nose is going to get?

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