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    WTB: used/new oem hand grips....anybody have an extra set?

    this thread can be deleted.

    I'll scratch this request. a tip on progrip 714's has ended this inquiry.

    thanks to all.

    and I apologize for the newbie questions!

    cheers dudes!
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    WTB: used/new oem hand grips....anybody have an extra set?

    Why OEM?
    Lots of better grips out there for 10-15$.
    Sorry your whole post didn't open.
    I see you said or aftermarket.
    But mailing you a set would be like $3.00.
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    3 dollars shipping is cool...how much for the grips? thanks.

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    ...started another thread about what are good grips to get in the aftermarket for 10-15 dollars. maybe I'll be persuaded to not get another set of oem's. I'll get back with you.

    thanks Paliden. I appreciate it.

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    bro, you don't need a thread to figure out 10 buck handgrips. Just go to cyclegear and get a pair.
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    no problem...I'll probably go with a tip I got on progrip 714's.
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    delete this thread

    delete this thread...couldn't find how to do it on this site.

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    twbeagle,
    you are more than welcome to ask any question you'd like. Its not a big deal. I personally have put oxford heated grips on my bikes, and I like the larger diameter. The stock ones now feel too thin. There is a variety to choose from, so you could go to cyclegear and check them out, or just compare online. I prefer the ones with more texture to them, because I think I get a better grip. Some are more "cushy" than others, and if you're bothered by vibration, they may lessen it. All personal preference, that's why they make so many.

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    PS, you are not likely to find used ones...every pair I've had I needed to cut off to remove them.


    And by the way, that wasn't a stupid request. I just bought a used OEM mirror from a forum member. I tried an aftermarket one, and decided that I liked the original better...despite what most people have said. You can get a replacement mirror new for $10 bucks, an OEM was like $40 new. Werloc had one that he graciously sent my way for a good price.
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