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Nice job Wing Stuff, reaching for our wallets again:D
 

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if they are the stock rubber grips just use a utility cutter and cut the grips off if you don't plan to reuse them
 

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HP: Ride over to my house this weekend and we can resovle this question . I have put my bike up in storage at the shop, so I am always home now.
 

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I had leather padded grips with chrome caps on my 1500, but I can't recall if they were Markland or Drag, but they were glued on with a contact type adhesive. The left one always moved in hot weather when the glue softened...funny what you remember at times huh.
 

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I had leather padded grips with chrome caps on my 1500, but I can't recall if they were Markland or Drag, but they were glued on with a contact type adhesive. The left one always moved in hot weather when the glue softened...funny what you remember at times huh.
My Grip Puppies do that when I have the grip heaters turned on. They were slid on using dish soap ,and you know what heat does to soap. I only feel it on the left stationary grip because by definition it is stationary.
 

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I need it out of sight and out mind for awhile. I have basically taken this whole summer off from anything which might be considered domestic duties. I even had Mz. Vickie get lawn service so mowing would not interfere with a nice weekend. I have put on about 11,000 miles this year, went through a set of tires, made some friends and future riding partners and I am happy with all that has happened this year as a Goldwing rider.
 
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