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Grip It Grip Glue
This stuff is AWESOME! Just used it on my left grip, which I installed previously on a clean handlebar, with no glue, and was spinning fairly easily. I followed the instructions, 4 small drops on the end of the bar, and I put a line around the inside of the flange end of the grip, slid it on, and true to the instructions, with in 25 seconds, the grip was ROCK SOLID...no movement whatsoever! I WILL definitely buy again, if I ever need to, and DEFINITELY recommend you use this if you're having a problem with your grips moving and spinning.
September 2, 2014
It's grip glue, what more can be said?
It's grip glue. It's cheap, there's a lot in a bottle and it gets the job done.
October 14, 2013
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Craig C asked:I'm assuming this product is different than plain old super glue. My concern is, how difficult will it be to remove the glued grips in the future? I would be using this to secure my Oxford heated grips.Jan 8, 2015
John M:Craig- I don't know how easy the glue would be to remove, I normally scan the ingredients of the product & go to manufacturers website for answers. After 48 years of riding, I have never had a glue that won't come off. As far as the product, I used it on my Sherco 2.9 trails bike and Suzuki V-strom 1000. Not a minutes worth of problems. As far as grip glues go, Once I find one that works I stick with it. Because for the price of the glue it's mighty expensive (and overpriced) for the volume that you get and you only want to have to install new grips once. The right way.Jan 8, 2015
Thanks John, I appreciate your help. I think I'll find a slower-drying contact adhesive at the hardware store. I know this product says about 25 seconds to dry - but I want some more time to adjust the grips once I slide them on.
Jan 8, 2015