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Dual-Compound Sportbike Grips - G176

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Renthal Dual-Compound Sportbike Grips - G176
  • 3mm larger o.d. than Renthal standard grips for more cushion and/or larger hands
  • Available in dual-compound and dual-compound
  • Fit 7/8 in. bars with twist throttle
  • Sold in pairs
Specifications
Part #: 597239
Mfg #: G176
Color Gray
Color Silver
Diameter - Handlebar 7/8 in.
Manufacturer Color Gray
Material Rubber
Type Twist Throttle
Units Pair
Weight 0.30 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
06300761
UPC Code:
765442108287
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Great Grips
Excellent grip with or without gloves. They give you a soft cousion type feel but grip like velcro.
July 10, 2011
Dallas, TX
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improvement over stock grips
Typical Renthal quality. The dual compound allows a softer grip to absorb vibration and impacts without being too soft and squirming around under weight and the 3mm oversize allows greater more material to absorb shock and better fit for an average size large hand. I combined these with a set of Heli Bars on my sportbike and the difference was amazing.
March 11, 2013
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Get a grip
Installed on my Buell Firebolt. Love them. Fit Great and feel great. I normally ride this bike with gloves so these are thinner then my usual go-to street bike grips (listed in recommendations) They provide excellent grip and are from renthal, A name I learned to trust the first time I threw a leg over a dirtbike. I did go with a thinner grip knowing my gloves would provide some coushin though I have ridden without gloves and Felt very comfortable doing so.
May 21, 2012