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Hand grip replacement

Just a little help if anyone needs it.
Remove the screw on the end(stock grips).
If you don't want to cut the grips slide a screw driver in from the end at 12,3,6,9 to break the glue.
One of mine came right off the other I used the nozzel on the WD40 can and shot some up next to the screw driver. Then it came right off. This is if you want to save the grips to have extra just in case.
To remove the insert put the screw with the cap back in part way. Take a small screw drive and push it in the small holes on the bottom and top of the bars to release the small metal spring thing while pulling on the cap.
If you used the oil clean it good.
I then installed ODI rogue grips. They are lock on so if you want the screw down pay attn. when snaping them on.( I put this B/C I had 3 on wrong). Also put the end cap on before you tighten them on.
I used 130mm grips and they fit perfict.
I have about 4 hours on these grips and I love them.

Sorry if this is posted already. I did search.
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If you have an air compressor.
I use a blowgun with a small tubular tip to put on or take off grips damage free. Once get you the air under them they just float on or off.

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Do you have to remove the grips, to remove the handlebar weight "insert". Not changing the grips, just trying to add handguards. Someone else posted yank and pry em out. I will try your method of small screwdriver to release a small metal spring. Although I don't see any spring on the parts fiche.
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If you have an air compressor.
I use a blowgun with a small tubular tip to put on or take off grips damage free. Once get you the air under them they just float on or off.
This is the easiest way by far, takes 2 mins

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