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OPPS I have installed several Kuryakyn Grips over the years, however I
know I wasn't fast enough this time. My question is has anybody removed the grips without destroy them? Of course it is on the right side.
 

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Take a little screwdriver and lift the rubber pads on the grip. You can move it from the top to the front. I then used carb cleaner to loosen the glue. Just be careful and don't let any of the cleaner get on the shield or anything else if you can help it. Nail polish remover might work also.
 

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Wade,

Reds solution works. And as Red stated, be extremely careful about getting solvents on any other parts of the bike. Use a plastic cover, not a linen one. And make sure that the cover goes to the ground, to prevent any spilled solvents to river to a new location on the bike.

Some have used compressed air, with a blow nozzle on it with great success.

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