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Default What are your Favorite Grips? Renthal?

I have picked up some Victory Performance grips with the renthal rubber. Performance Machine Grips. I want to try them because I think the rubber might have a better feel. Like these 2878373 Victory Tracker Grips Black https://www.ebay.com/itm/2878373-Vic...1axQ6u&vxp=mtr

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Those don't look too bad.

I have always preferred a thicker grip. I currently have Avons, similar to these:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Avon-Grips-...VaD5UQ&vxp=mtr
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You'll grip them better but less comfortable

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Those don't look too bad.

I have always preferred a thicker grip. I currently have Avons, similar to these:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Avon-Grips-...VaD5UQ&vxp=mtr
Those are nice, how do they fit on do you remove the old ones first then slide on? Im assuming they work on a Vision as well and with the heated connections?
Ive lot long fingers and a larger grip would be nice

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They take the place of the existing grips. I had heated grips, but I hated the fact that the inside of my hand was warm when the outside froze, so I removed the grips altogether and just got heated gloves. Much better for me.
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I like those braided grips. The blue ones would be perfect for me.
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Running one of the PM grips today. A little smaller than the stockers but i think the rubber might be less of a shit magnet and easier to keep clean.

Thanks for the grip link HC. Those could be very cool. Have to think about that.

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I have Arlen Ness Knurled. Cheap, comfortable, good grip, simple design looks good

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Those are nice, how do they fit on do you remove the old ones first then slide on? Im assuming they work on a Vision as well and with the heated connections?
Ive lot long fingers and a larger grip would be nice
on your left grip there is 2 allen set screws that hold the grip in place
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