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Currently trying to fit heated grips with the recommendation of using special glue. Problem - existing grips appear also to be glued solid. Any sugestions on how to remove without a stanly knife? Thanks Peter

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Don't use glue!
You will have the situation again that you have now. Use water and fairy liquid. The detergent dries in a few hours and whilst wet allows for possitioning of grips.
A Stanley knife is the only sure way of removing the old grips.

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