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The hand grips on my LT have been worn down so that they have a hole in the throttle side. I checked with BMW to find out about replacements, but they only sell them as part of an assembly with the heaters also. Since this is both expensive and unnecessary, since the heaters are still fine, I was looking for alternatives. I spoke with one gentleman earlier at a rally, and he suggested using some grips from a Gold Wing, but I have not found any that will work. Does anybody know of some that will work for this application? He also told me to get the old ones off to pull back slowly and cut them once an area had been pulled away, careful not to cut any of the heating element. He also suggested using some type of lubricant to put the new ones back on, but I can't remember what he suggested. I know it wasn't soap, as that would not dry and the grips would slip. Anybody done this before and have some recommendations? I would think the grips could not be too thick, as good heat transfer is needed.

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I could not get the thread to copy, but do a quick search for "grip puppies". They cost about $8 and work great. If you are not satisfied, you are only out $8. I like mine and they are more comfortable that the original grips.
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Ditto on the grip puppies website for them . I bought them this summer before my 2500 mi trip and it made a HUGE difference. I have carpal in my right arm and had problems before. Took it away about 80%. Installed them the night before with soap and never regretted a second. The heater comes through great too. Paid $13 including shipping.

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Ditto on the grip puppies website for them . I bought them this summer before my 2500 mi trip and it made a HUGE difference. I have carpal in my right arm and had problems before. Took it away about 80%. Installed them the night before with soap and never regretted a second. The heater comes through great too. Paid $13 including shipping.
But you had to take the old grips off first, right? Was that difficult?

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But you had to take the old grips off first, right? Was that difficult?
Nope, Grip Puppies slip over the existing grip. Luv em. I used the air compressor method.

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No offense, but, I tried the grip puppies and did not like them. They are to fat. The only other option is to buy the RT grips. I have place these on several bikes because I like the BMW grips the best. The end of the grip is open though. Just my opinion!
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I put Kuryakyn ISO grips on my LT in 2002. Took a bit of work, but really liked them. They are just about the same as the ones for the Wing.


Here is a later post by someone else who did it with a little less work. In the thread there are links to my original posts, so you can decide if you want to try them.
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I'm 6'0 and big frame and my hands fit on the grips well...after a couple months they get mushed down a little.....I didn't even have to use air to install them....lubed them up with dish soap and 20 mins for both of them.

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Nope, Grip Puppies slip over the existing grip. Luv em. I used the air compressor method.

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Grip puppies!!! If they're too fat then try the Kuryakin...but they only make the grips reasonable for me. My hands used to cramp uip with stock gripes, and my hands aren't that big

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What's the air compressor method of putting these on?

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Re: Hand Grips

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What's the air compressor method of putting these on?
I used this method after reading: http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...ompressor+grip
With use of an air compressor they will slip/slide over the original grip.
The last 1/2 inch of Grip Puppy needed some creative thought as to how to get it slip/slide further. I had a rubber spark plug wire protector (see picture) that acted as a reducer from the Grip Puppy to the air nozzle.



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I ordered some of the Grip Puppies from California Sport Touring. They were only $8.20 with free shipping so not a big deal if I decide I don't like them.

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There was another thread here a while back that suggested using the grips off a K1100. Apparently the rubber portion is the same, but you can buy just the grips themselves without the heater elements. I can't seem to find the original post or the part numbers though.

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just wondering what diameter grip did you order??
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This is the pair I ordered. From this website (as posted above):
http://www.casporttouring.com/store/...ory_Code=grips


GRIP PUPPIES ™ - Large. (1 Pair) Click for Sizing Info. Pick First Class Mail for Free Shipping. Quantity in Basket: None
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Shipping Weight: 0.18 pounds

LARGE Grip Puppies (1 Pair) - For bikes with 1" bars, which typically includes most Cruisers. These are covers that slip over your existing grips. THEY COME IN PAIRS! Great for adding a little thickness and cushioning to existing grips. Made of CE (CPE/EPDM) Foam which is U.V., ozone and oxidation resistant. CE Foam will not weaken or crack as a result of years of outdoor exposure. Wall thickness is approximately .15 inches, "A" dimension in picture is 5 inches.
Fit over grips that are 1.45 to 1.65 inches in diameter.
They work over grips with Symtec heaters.
FREE SHIPPING (applies ONLY to Grip Puppies, not to other items included in an order) within the US via USPS First Class Mail.

* INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: You do not need an air compressor. Just apply soapy water to the inside of the Grip Puppies™ and slide them over your existing grips. Then enjoy the ride!

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No offense, but, I tried the grip puppies and did not like them. They are to fat. The only other option is to buy the RT grips. I have place these on several bikes because I like the BMW grips the best. The end of the grip is open though. Just my opinion!
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Just use hairspray (liquid pump type) to put them on. Spray the grip then a little inside the pup then just slide them on and twist as you do, they go right on, dry quick and your back riding!

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You can use two LEFT rubber grips from the NON-HEATED assembly. They will slip on over the top of the heating elements after you remove the old grips. I believe they were around $13 each.

I cut my old ones off with a pair of diagonal wire cutters, nibbling at them a little at a time.

When I put the new ones on, I tried using the hairspray method that I found on a lot of posts but that did not work for me. Especially on the throttle side since my '02 has such a stiff twist. The grips kept slipping. I went to a local powersports dealer and bought a tube of grip glue - problem solved.

I was unable to find the part number for the left grip in my records, but I'm pretty sure I found it by searching this forum.
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I am on my second set of grip puppies. First pair were a gift that a fellow LT rider got me at a rally. I just ordered large and they were too big. I need to reorder and ask grip puppy what size to order.

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Dan, I hope those work. All the previous posts say to order the small Grip Puppies.

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Re: Hand Grips Part Number

The part number for just the BMW grip without heat is 32722332619.

You need 2 of these. They were $17 each from the local dealer last year when I replaced mine. These are about 1/8" shorter than the original heated grips. Not really noticeable. Some have stuck a large o'ring in the gap to close it.

Just carefully slit the old grip without touching the heating element, not even quite all the way through the grip, rip it off, hair spray and slide the new one on. Some mentioned the heating will cause the grip to loosen without stronger adhesive, but I have not experienced that problem. Mine have been on exactly 1 year.

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DON'T Trim The Puppies!

I have the grip puppies, Love them.

I trimmed about 1/4" off of them since they looked too long. Don't Do It!

They will conform to the taper of the standard grip and fit.

Mine still slip a little when I twist them (soap Long dried). May try some spray adhesive.

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The part number for just the BMW grip without heat is 32722332619. You need 2 of these.
Thanks, I knew someone would have the info handy.

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I just tried the Grip Puppies. I ordered the large, which turned out to be too large as they were slipping on the original grips. Also they are not tapered, as the original grips are, so I'll have to try a different option. Loose grips are a dangerous thing to have on your bike.

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I ordered large Grip Puppies, just got them and they are really too big. Am returning them for a small size. No medium available, as far as I know. But otherwise they look fine.

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The part number for just the BMW grip without heat is 32722332619.

You need 2 of these. They were $17 each from the local dealer last year when I replaced mine. These are about 1/8" shorter than the original heated grips. Not really noticeable. Some have stuck a large o'ring in the gap to close it.

Just carefully slit the old grip without touching the heating element, not even quite all the way through the grip, rip it off, hair spray and slide the new one on. Some mentioned the heating will cause the grip to loosen without stronger adhesive, but I have not experienced that problem. Mine have been on exactly 1 year.
My left hand grip finally cracked all the way around and separated. Had put the grip puppies on to cover over the crack, but it finally seperated underneath and the grip lengthened out about 1" beyond the end of the bar.

Ordered in the grip part number above and it did the trick. Was able to remove the old rubber from the heating element core (was only glued on at the upper end). Had fun getting the new one off the hard plastic core supplied with it, but by rolling back the open end and continually pushing on it, it came off. Wasn't glued to the core. Sprayed the existing core with hair spray and it slipped right on. Seems a little loose so far, but will wait for the hair spray to dry to see what I end up with. May have to roll back the upper end a little and place some adhesive there if it doesn't tighten up.

Kind of liked the grip puppies, so will put them back on over the new rubber grips. Maybe they will help prevent future damage to the new grips.

As usual this site comes thru with saving me some bucks.

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My left hand grip is very very thin towards the front, so I will need to replace it. If I do one I will do two. I do not have heated grips so I called my two local BMW dealers and also check online with A&S. Boy! have they increased in price since last October. In one of the above post it was mentioned the cost around $17.00 each, now they are cheepest at $24.48 here at the Chandler store, $24.58 at the Snottsdale store and over $26.00 at A&S. That is a 45% increase in less than a year. Parts guy in Snottsdale said the difference was the price of the Euro to $. Well I guess you can use that as the reason to get more $ but I don't think we have had a 45% difference between the $ and the Euro in 10 months.

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Yup, I noticed that too. I just bought the grip puppies and will install them soon. For $10 it's worth a shot - and I hate how my hand's always turn black after using the BMW grips, grip puppies should alleviate that.

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I ordered large Grip Puppies, just got them and they are really too big. Am returning them for a small size. No medium available, as far as I know. But otherwise they look fine.
The small size is what I got. I "walked" them on with a screwdriver. It was easy. I didn't like the idea of using dish soap and the possible "slippage".

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Re: Hand Grips

Heberts Cycle (My closest BMW dealer) in Baton Rouge, LA was going to replace mine with some aftermarket grips he had but I had already ordered the BMW replacement ones. You might check with them and see what they have. They looked almost exactly like whats on the bike now.
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Walmart sells "what-a-grip" in their sporting goods dept. Heavy duty condoms for tennis
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