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    Thumbs down ODI Ruffian Grips!

    They are Horrible!

    When wet, my hands cant get a firm grip.

    What grips do you guys recommend? For aftermarket bars


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    ODI!!

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    were gloves

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    The ODI Ruffian grips are small (diameter) vs the ODI Rogue grip which has a larger, plusher diameter.

    If you are looking for a larger grip to wear w/o gloves, look at the Oury.

    http://www.ourygrips.com/grips_menu.html

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    I told ya the OEM Ones arent that bad

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    ive like never actually been weirded out about riding til I rode my ski without gloves when my ODI were wet and I have rogue

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    The ODI Ruffian grips are small (diameter) vs the ODI Rogue grip which has a larger, plusher diameter.

    If you are looking for a larger grip to wear w/o gloves, look at the Oury.

    http://www.ourygrips.com/grips_menu.html
    Hey, did you see that OURY now has ODI locks on them! Hoooray!

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    I told ya the OEM Ones arent that bad
    Stock Yamaha, Polaris, and Kawasaki grips are the most ergonomically unfriendly grips on the planet. The stock seadoo ones are pretty nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    ive like never actually been weirded out about riding til I rode my ski without gloves when my ODI were wet and I have rogue
    The rogues are very soft, and wear quickly. They also dry out in the sun. If yours are in good shape, I don't know what to say. The rogues are incredible bare handed...and YES, even better with gloves.

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    hey pat i am with you. When we were out on lake michigan jumping those waves my hands were NOT slipping on the stock grips. But when i was out on silver and paddock lake my hands were slipping on the rogue grips. I say lets get some gloves. But i do have to say stock grips "grip" better than odis when wet and with no gloves.

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    My Oury ODI grips came in... and are red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    My Oury ODI grips came in... and are red.
    Do they work with the stock trim, or do they have to be modified like I've read some guys have done with the ODI's?

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