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I've only seen one pic and they are damn sexy, especially if you have a yeti that is partially or all white. I'll try to find it again.
 

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They are made in the USA but the only place selling them is in Europe. It wont let me copy the pic or display the proper link but you can go to www.yetifan.com and click on the link to the "store"
 

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I would imagine he would but would it be worth the $$$. They have to be available here at some point in the near future.
 

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pbbullpup said:
I would imagine he would but would it be worth the $$$. They have to be available here at some point in the near future.
Maybe send Yeti an email and let us know?
 

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I had white BMX grips for a while but had to get rid of them when I changed shifters. Keeping them clean was never a problem.
 

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rufusdesign said:
White lightning degreaser cleans any white grip and saddle to like new condition.
how about other degreser? can it work ? what are the material in the white lightning degreaser ? i got a degreaser that contain alcohol base, will this work?
 

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Fellas, don't rock the degreaser on them purdy things and risk deteriorating them! The hot tip these days is LAUNDRY DETERGENT diluted in a spray bottle for cleaning you rig... gets all the dirt and grime off the bike, restores the bright white of grips and saddles, and has that fresh scent!

And no, I am not joking. Patrik (Yeti Factory mechanic), as well as the guys that run one of our local bike parks (www.bikesolvista.com) are all using this and it works AWESOME.
 
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