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Picked up a 8 Ball Vegas 2015 with 4k miles on it. It is completely stock but looking to upgrade over time. Anyone doing any rides this weekend in the San Diego area?
 

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The ISO grips are a little on the fat side compared to the stockers. But many motorcyclists have them, so they must be nice on the hands.
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The ISO grips are a little on the fat side compared to the stockers. But many motorcyclists have them, so they must be nice on the hands.
Welcome to the forum, by the way!
So would you suggest those over the other ones. I get hand cramps on an hour long ride so I definitely need to replace the grips with something more comfortable. They both claim vibration damping so that's why I wanted to ask the forum.

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So would you suggest those over the other ones. I get hand cramps on an hour long ride so I definitely need to replace the grips with something more comfortable. They both claim vibration damping so that's why I wanted to ask the forum.

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I like the iso grips on my Vegas.
Specially with my chunky Burleigh Bars.
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So would you suggest those over the other ones. I get hand cramps on an hour long ride so I definitely need to replace the grips with something more comfortable. They both claim vibration damping so that's why I wanted to ask the forum.

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I don't have any first hand experience with the grips. I have only seen them on a large variety of bikes, so there must be something grand about them, right?
 
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