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    AFTERMARKET HANDLEBAR WITH STOCK TRIM ASMBLY (PART 2-DETAIL)

    OK, lots of people have been doing this mod in their down time. I guess most people have figured out what a piece of junk the drop nozz kit is that is spring loaded. So here is how to go back to your stock trim with a grip of your choice (rubbermade of course, not ODI grips).

    The first thing you need is a sharp ass razor blade, or box cutter:


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    now cut the rubber off the stock trim, all the way down to the plastic piece and peel away the stock grip. Older skis will be tough to do because the grips have been locked on for quite some time now.

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    now you want to grind the ridges down and make it smooth all teh way across.

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    yes, shit will fly everywhere-get your shop vacc out.

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    step 1 complete:

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    now you want to get your aftermarket bars and hold them firmly in place on a work bench of some sort so that you may file the jagged edges down on the trim side of the bars (left side). Most bars come with the ends jagged for grip purposes. You will want to file it down because most are not going to slide easily throught the stock trim assembly.


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