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take off the grips and submerge them in cold water take them out dry them with a hand towel only dry the out sides put them back on your vehicle leave them over night when you wake up they should be un moveable
Take them off and clean inside of them as well as the bar with rubbing alcohol, et the alcohol evaperate. Then use some Final Net hair spray inside them, place them back on and let sit for 3 hours. You will have to use rubbing alcohol or!a air compressor to remove them in the future.
Local bike shop said spray adhesive for headliners, door panels on cars, etc. Makes sense. I have some so I'm going to try it.
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Posted:Sep 10, 2011
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