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Old 03-17-04, 09:17 PM   #1
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how do you take grip shifts off?

Pretty much what the subject says... I just bought a new handlebar and I'm trying to take stuff off.
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Old 03-17-04, 09:21 PM   #2
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Oh yeah, I forgot the grips are Sachs' I'm not sure about the model.
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There is a allen screw on the shifter should be a 2.5mm thios will loosen the shifter to be slid off the bar.
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Get a can of compressed air and stick it under the grip. Give it a squirt and pull er' off!
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