Chrome caps have to come off first. Heat grip instructions yanking them off with a plier as they provide replacements. I've read where others have had luck with a rubber trap wrench. Myself, I pulled back the existing grip a bit and got a small flat blade between the bar and the cap. Twisted the driver a little, moved about 90deg around the cap and twisted a little more. Did this all around and they came off fine. Was able to reuse them.
When I replaced my handle bars, I was able to "save" my stock grips and chrome end by taking them off using the following method.
1. using a 6" or so piece of 2 x 4, place one end between the rubber of the grip and the flat of the chrome end
2. tap with a hammer of the 2 x 4...move 2 x 4 around the circumference of this area at gently tap out the chrome tip from the bar until completely removed
3. using a small flat blade screw driver, separate the rubber grip from bar enough to allow you to spray some wd-40 between the grip and the bar.
4. twist on the grip until it breaks free and then remove.
Found this on the other forum. What a great find. Had to share it here. It's a 154 tooth 28mm. Doesn't that fit the Vision too?
Replacement belt for Victory Motorcycles
Maybe they will make them for the steel frame bikes too at some point.
I also frequent a Wrangler TJ forum - there is a thread similar to this there and it has 1,000s of responses. You can get ideas and learn from what others are doing with their toys - so, lets see if it works here...
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