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They should be thin enough to slide your grips over but use some soapy water to lube the grip before installing. Not wd40 or anything like that casue it will stay slippry forever and a day. I myself would get some nice rubber ones for comfort reasons. They are only 5-6 bucks at sportland 2 about half a block south of Rawson Ave. on 13th if you wanna head north about 5-10 minutes. Take I94 north.
 

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Thanks for the tip, I think i'm going to head out there in a day or so.
 

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RoloCade said:
... use some soapy water to lube the grip before installing. ...
The guy at the bike shop taught my son about grips. He passed all that good knowledge on to me.

Hairspray is what the pros use! Spray it good, and slip the grip on, and don't ever worry about it coming off... :)
 

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If they're rubber, and you can get something under them, you *can* get them off by working at it a while. :)
 
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