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Old 12-15-04, 02:14 PM   #1
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do grips types make a differece to riding?

well?
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I suppose you could say they do. but not really.

I like and use ODI longnecks. but I could ride with just about anything if they weren't really wacky. some people like thinner grips, and some like thicker grips. I have small hands so thick grips make it hard for me to hold on. so you could say that the thinner grips i use make a difference because I can actually hold onto my bars...
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industry low profile grips $6.99 check them out.
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