just cut them its alot easier... use a razor. who uses bar ends anyway???
I'm using ODI Lock-ons with bar ends. They come in a short length for use with Grip Shift, which might work for you. Someone else posted not too long ago that they take the regular length and just cut one end off to the size they like. Apparently, the one lock ring was enough to hold them on, though I've not tried this myself.Mingsta said:Does anyone have any recomendations for a set of grips that will work well with bar ends?
Ideally I'd like to find some grips that have lock on end plugs (so that I don't need to cut the ends off) and not too long in order to leave some cockpit space after grips and bar ends are fitted. I know that there's a few that seem to fit the bill on the internet, but without having them available to try them out, its hard to tell. Thanks for your help!
what type of handguards? ...motorcycle handguards?? I banged the crap out of my hand on a tree while desending a narrow singletrack. I can't find any "mountain bike handguards"motomc said:Run your favorite grips and hollow out the ends with a razor blade. I run handguards on my dirtbike and have to do this all the time. If your still set on getting grips with open ends, try WTB dual density grips. I'm running those and they are comfy and have open ends.
I can't say that I've ever run motorcycle handguards on anything but my motorcycle. That is not a bad idea for some woodsy downhill singletrack:idea: Post some pics when you put them on.COWTIPPER said:what type of handguards? ...motorcycle handguards?? I banged the crap out of my hand on a tree while desending a narrow singletrack. I can't find any "mountain bike handguards"
...guess I'll take the ones off my KTM & see if they fit.:skep: