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ODI X-Treme Lock-On Bonus Pack

The ODI X-Treme Lock-On Grips have a partial flange to help keep your hand from slipping off the grip, but does not interfere with shifting or braking.

Features:

  • Includes Lock-On grips, clamps, and new snap cap end plugs
  • Colours - Black/Black or Grey/Black<br/>

Buy ODI Components from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Grey - Graphite, Black
 
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The product brand speaks for itself... Didn't think twice as an upgrade to my existing grips... you'll experience a noticeable difference in the handling quality of these grips. 10 October 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by All round performer Well made, easy to fit, grip is excellent in wet or dry, and my experience with ODI tells me the will last the course. But they are too expensive for what they are - £10 > £15 would be much more reasonable and would make buying them a no-brainer. 12 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Супер-пупер грипсы Это лучшие грипсы, что были у меня когда-либо. Катаю на них с 2008 года. Как будто руль намазали клеем. Держат отлично в перчатках и без. Очень износостойкие. Не проскальзывают на руле. Единственный, на мой взгляд, недостаток - это то, что они тонкие, руки несколько устают после долгих поездок 14 May 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great value for money grips Good grips, works great with gloves and without. However, after 3-4 months of use I am getting a bit of wear on them but they still seem to be doing the job fine. Also, one of the side caps broke off after a few falls when offroading, the plastic clips are not very durable. 23 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Просто высшие грипсы! Брутальный внешний вид и максимальная практичность - слова которыми можно охарактеризовать данный товар. Сидят на руле как влитые, не проворачиваются, рука не скользит по поверхности как в перчатках так и без. Легко монтируются. Наконечники очень прочные - пережили несколько уборок об асфальт, но так и не развалились! 21 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent grip These handles have a tremendous grip andI I really like them. I have put them on both of my MTB's now. Easy to fit and away you go. 23 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best grips best grips evvahhhh !!!!! xDDDDD 27 December 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by i have these on the big bike. came into their own at bringewood on a wet uplift day, did lots of falling off in the strange bringewood mud, stuck my hands out to take the impact and jumped back on and away i go,no need to scrape of the slippy mud as these grips just cut through it (good bit of extra security when racing!) these are the wetscreams/fiveten impacts of the grip world. 27 November 2012
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Hi,

The reviews all say easy to fit. I've never had these before and there are no instructions. I can't get the metal rings onto the lugs on the grips, I had to look at the photo to figure out which way round they are supposed to go on. I have no idea what to do with them!

This is my fist upgrade to my mountain bike and I don't want to have to go running to some bloke to sort it out!

Confidence knocked. I've also bought some new pedals. If I can't change the grips, I'll have no chance with pedals.

That's the trouble with buying online. A shop would have fitted them and I wouldn't be feeling stupid.

Advice welcome and gratefully received.

Thanks.

Tracey
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I've used many ODI lock-ring grip systems and they all work the same way, i.e. line up the plastic lugs on the grips with the recesses in the rings and snap them in. It really is that simple but new grips & rings do need a bit of force to push them in. They don't seen like they're gonna go but you just push harder and then they snap into place, you can feel and hear them doing so! Then just add the small hex bolts and slide them over your bars and tighten them up with a 2.5mm allen key. All ODI grips use this size bolt as far as I know. With the pedals the thread rate is standard, so it's simply a case of unbolting your old pedals and putting the new ones in. I say 'simply' but if your old pedals were not greased when fitted and/or haven't been removed for ages, removing them can be a real faff & may require considerable force! Pedals are fitted & removed using a 15mm spanner/pedal tool, or using an allen key from behind the crank arm, so check which type of fitting your pedals have. Always apply grease to the pedal threads before fitting! Also remember that when fitting pedals in your cranks, the drive side & non-drive side tighten & release in opposite directions - on the drive side #chain side# you tighten clockwise and on the non-drive side you tighten anti-clockwise! And the opposite direction to release. In all honesty, if you haven't got the right tools, ask another biker who probably will have, or a bike mechanic, to do the fitting for you.
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Tracey, I know what you mean. They can be a bit dificult. But trust me I love them to bits, very grippy. I have three bikes and use them on all three. What you need is a wooden hammer. Place the ring on the end as best as you can and give it a good whack with the wooden hammer straight down exactly in line with the grips. This method always works for me. Once on, they do not come off. I hope you understand, good luck.
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