Cycle Country Heated ATV Grips - Thumb Throttle

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Cycle Country Heated ATV Grips - Thumb Throttle
Cycle Country Heated ATV Grips - Thumb Throttle
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  • Cycle Country eliminates gripes about cold weather and extends your riding season with these awesome Heated Grips.
  • Comfortable rubber grips are 5" long with a 7/8" inside diameter and have 24" leads.
  • Fits nearly all ATV models.
  • Installs quickly and easily to your 12-volt battery.
  • Kit includes grips, on/off switch and a selection of mounting hardware.
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Location: milwaukee wi
MGRkenden
GREAT HANDWARMERS

i bought these because i do a lot of plowing. i would have to go in or warm up because im cold. now with these i can stay out all day plownig and my hands stay warm

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Bow, Washington
dirtking
Warm Hands!

This grips are great, have them on three of are atv's. we do alot of winter riding in rain and snow. Hands stay warm. The only thing is they should come with the glue that you need to install them.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: oregon
230f
These r great

bought these grips but them on my grizzly even riding when it was snowing and raining my hands stayed warm would highly recomend these grips

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Location: Big Pine, CA
predator22
Good grips for cold

These were a good buy, i do trail rides alot and mostly wen its cold. Whenever i ride my hands are always freezing, not after i bought these grips. These puppies keep my hands nice and warm when riding in the cold. They are also oversized and have good grip.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Collins, NY
LtDan
Smokin Warm Grips

This is one of the best purchases that I have made for my ATV. If you do any cold weather riding this is a must have. It has two settings a low and a high. I start out in high then click down to low after my hands warm up. You can even feel the warmth right through gloves. I have also left them on while stopped and it doesn't run down the battery. I used epoxy glue to install the grips and the wiring was a no brainer. Cold weather is coming so get them now...you won't regret it.

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Topgun Location: Jersey
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cole Over 8 months ago Location: Long Island, New York, USA
Are these grips waterproof? and how long will tyhe actuall grip last? also do they fit on stock handle bars of the yfz450r?
im buying a 3013 yfz450r and need something to keep my hands warm for when i go out riding in the snow.
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes the Cycle Country Heated ATV Grips are weather sealed. The rubber grips are 5" long with a 7/8" inside diameter and have 24" leads which Fits nearly all ATV models. The actual life of the grip would vary depending on the rider and conditions.
Topgun 1 year 7 months ago Location: Jersey
Control Box Mounting?
Want to install these ATV heated grips from Cycle Country on my Polaris Sportsman. Was wondering. How and where does the control switch/box mount? Looking at the pictures, I don't see any mounting hardware.
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
There is a handlebar mount that is included that would allow you to mount the control box on the bars of your ATV for easy access / adjustment.
RANDAL 1 year 7 months ago
Thumb Throttle COMES WITH?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
This would actually only be the heated grips for use on models with a thumb throttle. I would recommend looking at the moose heated grip kits as they would come with the thumb warmer as well.
jrpapermate 1 year 10 months ago Location: Frostburg
How are the grips wired to the electrical system?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
These heated grips have terminals that are designed to attach directly to the battery.
rich 2 years ago Location: Castleford, ID 83321, USA
Wiring problem?
Cycle Country Heated ATV Grips - Thumb Throttle I bought an atv with these grips already installed. they worked well then for some reason they only activate when brakes are applied. if possible would like wiring diagram for above product. atv is 2003 kodiak
MotoSport Staff
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
For this specific information, I would contact Cycle Country directly at 1-800-841-2222 or you can e-mail them at ccac@cyclecountry.com
gstein Over 5 years ago
I have a twist throtle and that grip is larger that the left side grip. would it break the grip if it doesnt fit?
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Over 5 years ago Location: Lynden, WA
Ted932
These will only fit ORV without twist throttles.
ra57 Over 5 years ago
Do u just run the wire to the battery without coverin the wire or does it have covers for them?
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Over 5 years ago Location: Lynden, WA
Ted932
You would need to route wires in protected\safe areas zip tying as you go, and could go to your local auto parts store and buy some split loom to make for a clean install.
Over 5 years ago
Can you wire these up to a 2002 banshee?
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Over 5 years ago Location: surprise,az
sandstyle82
Yes you could easily wire it up to an aux switch or to the lighting coil
BigDaddyone Over 6 years ago
Where is a wiring diagram for hot grips?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Drewski
This is a link to the manual that comes with the grips. http://www.cyclecountry.com/Portals/0/sitePDFs/50-0360.pdf
nonickname Over 6 years ago
Modification?
The ATV I have has handlebar mirrors that attach to the end of the handlebars through a hole put in the end of the grips and into the handlebars. Is this modification possible on the heated grips without damaging the heating mechanism???
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Drewski
Normally all the wiring for the heating system is in the main part of the grip not on the end where your bar end mirror would go. You would most likely need to cut the end of the grip off in order to run the mirrors. I would contact Cycle Country to see if any other modification is required. 800.841.2222
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