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Hi guys, I was wondering who makes replacement handlebar end caps? Not a fan of the factory chrome end pieces. Looking for something black and simple.

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hi guys, i was wondering who makes replacement handlebar end caps? Not a fan of the factory chrome end pieces. Looking for something black and simple.

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Anything 1 inch should work, or you could spend a little bit more and get a sweet set of Avon grips that have the end caps attached. I have the Avon MT air in black with stock ends and throttle boss plus the black anodized spikes....

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If wiring can be done internally in your bars you could get indicator lights put on the ends and get rid of your stock front indicators. Just a thought.

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I gave in a bought some Kuryakyn Gloss Black ISO-Grips. I liked the Avon grips but they will not work with the Lloydz quarter turn throttle ring.

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I gave in a bought some Kuryakyn Gloss Black ISO-Grips. I liked the Avon grips but they will not work with the Lloydz quarter turn throttle ring.
The Kury's are really nice grips.....added the weighted ends also !

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I gave in a bought some Kuryakyn Gloss Black ISO-Grips. I liked the Avon grips but they will not work with the Lloydz quarter turn throttle ring.
Not sure why they wouldn't work, I have modified my throttle (my own version of the quarter turn throttle) and have no issues...

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Not sure why they wouldn't work, I have modified my throttle (my own version of the quarter turn throttle) and have no issues...
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Anything 1 inch should work, or you could spend a little bit more and get a sweet set of Avon grips that have the end caps attached. I have the Avon MT air in black with stock ends and throttle boss plus the black anodized spikes....
Agreed love my Avon grips.

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I went with the Kury ends on the KP just so I could use the left end as a helmet lock which I now rarely use since a helmet isn't required in the state I live in but it is handy for when I cross borders into non-freedom states.
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