Sort out which grip goes on which side. The two grips that come in a package have slightly different-sized holes.Install the non-throttle grip. Apply a grip glue,such as E-6000,inside the hand grip opening and along the handlebar.Install the throttle grip. Apply the glue to the grip meant for the throttle side as well as the handlebar.Replace the bar ends. Screw the ends of the handlebars back on so that the grips are held firmly in place.Let the glue dry. Wait several hours for the glue to dry before using the motorcycle. When it’s dry,test the grips to make sure you like them.
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How do you put a throttle grip on a motorcycle?
Install the throttle grip. Apply the glue to the grip meant for the throttle side as well as the handlebar. Quickly slide the grip onto the handlebar, raised edge first, until it is flush against the inside of the handlebar. Squeeze the grip to help the glue set.
How do I choose the right motorcycle grips?
Make sure the grips you buy are the right diameter and length. Most motorcycle grips are either 7/8 or 1 in diameter and about 5 long. To figure out which diameter and length you need, measure the old grips before purchasing new ones. Some motorcycles produce greater vibrations than others.
How do you remove chrome grips from a motorcycle?
If you have chrome grips, skip the razor blade and simply unscrew the bolts at the ends of the grips and slide them off. Clean the handlebars. Use rubbing alcohol or adhesive remover and a rag to remove remnants of the previous grips. Make sure the grips and the adhesive that attached them to the metal is completely gone before proceeding.
How do you glue a handlebar to a bike?
Slide the grip onto the handlebar, raised edge first, before the glue begins to dry. Keep pushing until the raised edge of the grip is flush against the inside of the handlebar. When it’s secure in place, squeeze the grip to help the glue set. Don’t use too much adhesive; apply just enough to hold the grip in place.