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Grips I have some grips i want to put on and i have the grip cement is this enough or do i need to put wire on like the ones currently on my bike and how do i go about taking the current ones off just clip the saftey wire off and peel the grips off?

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U can take the current ones off by simply heating them to warm the cement then pull...if that doesnt work u could use a razor blade but bake sure that u dont cut anything. you could put the wire around the grip if u want its all up to u.

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