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    ODI grips

    Was woundering which size grips to use with the stock handlebars??
    Looks like the 90 mm but with the locking rings will it be longer.
    Also if i go with the 133 will i need to get the handle bar extenders??
    Thanks for any input.

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    i prefer the 130mm with no flange. i also have the riva extended bars/finger throttle kit. it looks really good!!
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    MXL16.
    They look awsume!!!Do you have 2 rings in the inside of the grips closest to the throttle lever??If so is that just for spacing reasons and will i have to do this also??Thanks

    Scott

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    starting at the finger throttle and going right... i have 2 lock jaw rings, the grip, another lock jaw ring, and an aluminum billet end cap (also sold by odi). the reason for the 2 rings near the throttle is for spacing. all i had to do was cut down the black spacer that came with the riva kit for the left side of the bars to cover the gap.

    u dont have to put 3 rings on either side. u could always use 2 rings on each side and cut down the end of the bar. but its easier to just get another set of lock jaw rings. it fits perfectly with 3 on each side and the alum. end caps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxl16 View Post
    starting at the finger throttle and going right... i have 2 lock jaw rings, the grip, another lock jaw ring, and an aluminum billet end cap (also sold by odi). the reason for the 2 rings near the throttle is for spacing. all i had to do was cut down the black spacer that came with the riva kit for the left side of the bars to cover the gap.

    u dont have to put 3 rings on either side. u could always use 2 rings on each side and cut down the end of the bar. but its easier to just get another set of lock jaw rings. it fits perfectly with 3 on each side and the alum. end caps.
    Thanks man.Thats what ill probley end up doing..Will save alot of time and cursing trying to get them to fit right..Thanks again.

    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    MXL16.
    They look awsume!!!Do you have 2 rings in the inside of the grips closest to the throttle lever??If so is that just for spacing reasons and will i have to do this also??Thanks

    Scott
    If I'm not mistaken the rings are what hold the grips in place. I love the ODI grips. At Supercourse Nationals I was in 4th out of 22 racers and going around a sweeper I hit a wake wrong and as I flew off one of my junk aftermarket grips came off right in my hand and I had to hold on to it as the coursemarshall pulled me back to my boat and it basically cost me a national title as it took so long to get the stupid thing back on and by the end of the race I was in 9th and needed to pass one more person to still win my class for a national title.

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    no problem!

    yup the lock jaw clamps hold the grip in place. odi grips are by far the most comfortable and easy to install/remove.

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    I don't run the locking grips. Never saw the point. I am running the 133mm I believe. Just spray some hair spray inside and slide them on. After that dries take a heat gun and heat the grips up a bit. No slipping.


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    Thanks guys..apprecite it ..looks like im gonna be ordering some grips..Were or who has the best price??i have found them on e-bay and
    I also found them on Blowsion for about 20 bucks..

    Thanks
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    Thanks guys..apprecite it ..looks like im gonna be ordering some grips..Were or who has the best price??i have found them on e-bay and
    I also found them on Blowsion for about 20 bucks..

    Thanks
    Scott
    got my ODIs from Blowsion. I love 'em.

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