Excellent product, easy to use and works great.
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I still use glue and wire ... works every time . Never had any issues
Doesn't set up when your trying to put the grip on and seems strong once its dry, one tube will easily do 5-6 sets of grips
Does what it's designed to do.
Used this on my last pair of grips roughly 1 year and 6500 miles ago. The grips haven't moved at all in that time span.
I bought this to adhere my brand new renthal grips to my brand new renthal bars. What a waste of money. The grips were incredibly loose on the bars and the glue did nothing to hold them on. I guess I'll be buying some grip wire.
easy installation of grips
I started with buying pro taper glue. did not hold my grips slid right off. Then I bought the renthal glue... best grip glue ever
Will use it everytime I put on new grips. Grip slides on super easy, let it set for 24 hours, grip will never move. Will never not have a tube on deck
Don't know if it was me or the glue, but didn't work, ended up using regular super glue.
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Question asked by jamiek
Question:Q: Can this be used with heated grips?Question asked 2 years 4 months ago
Question answered by MotoexpertUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 2 years 4 months agoAnswer: A: Yes this can be used with heated grips. There are many options to use with heated grips such as hairspray, or epoxy as well as grip glue. The epoxy people claim is a little bit to permanent of a application and there is mixed reviews of hairspray application. Grip glue is your best all around bet.
Question asked by KnightCode
Question:Q: Does it work with metal grips, i.e. metal on metal?Question asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Typically the metal grips either have a rubber or plastic liner on the inside or a clamping mechanism that clamps the bar or a set screw to hold them in place. This glue is not designed to adhere metal to metal.
Question asked by robs
Question:Q: How much is in it?Question asked Over 10 years agoIs it a small 4CC one? or is it enough for a few grips?
Question answered by james718User's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: This tube will allow you to install quite a few sets of grips. If I had to guess It will last around 10 sets of grips.
Here's a tip, store the tube of glue in a sealed jar. Otherwise, the glue will dry up and you'll have to buy an new tube.
Question answered by TheDutchman777User's contributor status: Top 1000 ContributorQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: enough for a few pairs for sure, you dont need to use a bunch of this stuff either
Question answered by VandyUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: put it on the bars and a little inside the grips, and still have plenty for another set or two, kinda runny so a little goes a long way!
Question answered by Bassgypsy00User's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: Yes, this tube is 4 inches long.... that's a lot of glue! I always use a heavy amount of glue, so I can slip the grip on easily during installation. Surprisingly enough, I just finished my three grip install and still have over half a tube left.
Question answered by GoHogsUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: You have enough to do a few grips.
Question answered by motocmgUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: I got two sets of grips done with one of these tubes, but then again, I used too much. You could most likely get at least 4 out of one tube, if you use it sparingly.