Pro Taper Synergy Full And Half Waffle ATV Grips - Thumb Throttle

Soft Light Grey
Soft Light Grey

$8.99

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Akomplicex
Thornton, CO, USA
Pro taper 1/2 waffle grips

Just got my grips today and i am not disappointed
With them at all havent got any dirt time with them
Yet but a few times around my neighborhood and
They feel great cant wait to get on the dirt!!!!!

howards911 Top 500 Contributor
Rockville, IN
Nice Feel

Used Pro Taper glue when putting my new grips on and they set firm in minutes. Next time i will put a small hole in the end of the grips to ease installation. I had a hard time getting all the air out when I installed the second grip. Nice feel and they look great.

4 Questions
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Mike
Location: Sacramento, CA, USA
Q: Will these fit handle bars for 2005 lt- A 50? Bars are 5/8" diameter.?
2 years 11 months ago
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: These grips would be for 7/8" handlebars. For the 5/8" grips the only option we would have would be getting the OEM replacement grips for that Suzuki LT-A50 directly from Suzuki.
400mann
Location: New jewezy
Q: How do i take my stock grips off if i want these and do you need grip glue for these grips?
Over 8 years ago
how do i take my stock grips off if i want these and do you need grip glue for these grips?
Darren977
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago
A: Well, if you don't want to simply cut off an older set of grips, then your best bet to getting them off in one piece is by simply blowing a compressed air-gun down the inside of the grip to have it "lift" and "shimmy" off the handlebars/throttle tube. Grip glue seems to work better than anything else, but if you don't have any grip glue on hand (and you just so happened to have a can of hairspray) just spray a shot of hairspray inside the grips and slide them on! Just take the "less is more" approach to using certain chemicals such as grip glue.....it tends to work a bit better and wont make a mess if you use this stuff in moderation!
MONSTERKX250F
Over 6 years ago Location: surprise,AZ
A: just take a box cutter and cut across the grip.you will need glue for these\
Akomplicex
Over 3 years ago Location: Thornton, CO, USA
A: To get your old grips off you can cut them long ways with a box cutter or twist and pull if you got the muscle ... as for the glue I ordered it just in case but didnt end up needing it, the stock handlebars from my 04 Kawasaki kfx700 where bigger then the hole on the grips so I had to fight them to get them on but they feel nice and ferm and they dont twist and move
Keat
Q: Is dark grey the same as black?
Over 8 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: No. Dark grey would be lighter than black.
MONSTERKX250F
Over 6 years ago Location: surprise,AZ
A: for these i think so if not they would be a shade or to lighter.
Akomplicex
Over 3 years ago Location: Thornton, CO, USA
A: No its not the same as black there like three shades lighter then
Black
pflugs21
Location: Portland, OR
Q: What's the difference between half and full waffle grips???
Over 8 years ago
MotoMoo
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: The waffle is the tread pattern on the grip. The waffle design is a raised square design. The half waffle only has the waffle pattern on half of the grip and the full waffle will wrap around the entire grip. Hope this helps!
MONSTERKX250F
Over 6 years ago Location: surprise,AZ
A: full waffle grips are the ones that have the box type pattern alll around and half waffle are well half of the grip
Robert
2 years 10 months ago
A: The half grips have a waffle pattern 1/2 way around the grip. The rest is a beaded texture.
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