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Renthal Grip Glue

A highly developed grip glue, specially formulated to give a secure bond without damaging the grip.25ml tube

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Rated 3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by sticky too quicky the glue stuck far too quickly, which made it a real mission to get the grips on, geeeez, it took a while but the grips were not budging instantly, and have not slipped since 29 July 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Stick to hairspray or lock-on's... Messy, tacky, glue dripping everywhere, all over my new brakes also.....they stuck for a few days, but they are more trouble than they were worth... Either pay extra for lock-on's, or go back to hairspray on the bars and the grips stay solid, especially on non-shiny bars, or bars with thicker paint finishes ie: Blackspire flats etc... 30 June 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lost the bond after a couple of rides I followed the instructions to the letter. Made sure the surface was clean and bone dry before application. I smeared it all over the bar end and inside the grip. Slid it on and positioned the grips as i wanted and left it to dry for a good 11 hours. The first couple of rides were great the grips were immovable and i felt more secure than over on the bike but after that the more I rode it the more i noticed the bound between the grip and the bar eroded. It's to the point now 3 months after application where i'm thinking about pulling the grips, cleaning them up and trying again because they just spin on the bars as I ride 09 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by the thing is like super glue,theres no chance gettin those bad boyz off 18 September 2010
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Once the grips have worn to the extent where they need changed, the only way to get them off is to cut them off.
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