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iam looking for a new pair of gel grips.....and i was wondering how hard it is to remove the old ones and install the new ones?. :help:
The 719s are what Matt got for his bike. The ends are closed, but can be removed to fit a bar end on them without damaging the grips. There are a couple of ways of going about it that will give you a clean break. Can't remember how Matt got his off, but I'm sure he'll share.y2k4gsxr600 said:thanks ......i didnt think they where really hard to do but ..wasnt sure :dthumb:
iam likeing the gel grips # 719....another ?...were the ends open so the bar ends can be installed .?...because in the pic it looks like they are closed
that is how i do it and it works well just dont put to much air pressure under the grip it can sometimes deform the grip depending on the type you buyjeeps84 said:I use the blow gun with my air compressor.
Just stick the nozzle up to one or both ends real close and blow air under them.
You may still have to use something to break the factory glue.