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Clutch peg grip

I need a replacement clutch peg grip I guess you would call it for my suzuk. does anybody know if its possible to just order the grip for it or do I need to order a whole big part just to get the grip? It can't be anymore than 1.5 inches long. or is it worth it just order a whole new part?

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Try under the oem parts replacement, im sure you can just buy that rubber. or if your feeling creative, melt down some rubber and dip it yourself

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