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    I'm getting some new shifters soon. And I want to know how can i get the grips of without cutting them in anyway?
    Last edited by LivelyLikeMe; 10-31-05 at 01:13 AM. Reason: Removing Handle bar grips

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    Quote Originally Posted by LivelyLikeMe
    I'm getting some new shifters soon. And I want to know how can i get the grips of without cutting them in anyway?
    --- Check out this August 13th thread from the Bicycle Mechanics forum entitled "How do I REMOVE bike GRIPS without DESTROYING them???":
    http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...NG#post1469319

    There are twenty responses for you there.
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    nice search

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    I use a small screwdriver and push it between the bars and grip,leave screwdriver in and squirt some rubbing alcohol where the screwdriver is. Then just pull the driver out and twist the grip off.
    You can put the grip on this way also. Then just let the alcohol evaporate before riding.
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