Question about Huffy Planes 14" Bike - 14"
Posted by Anonymous on
If you're talking about the handgrips, I've soaked them in hot water and then taken them off. The hot water softens them and causes them to swell a little. It still takes a bit of persuasion so you might want to have a strong person help.
I've also used a knife to cut them off but be careful!
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