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Tropical Itch
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steering stick grips

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i may be looking in the wrong areas. but I'm looking for a new steering grip. preferably and angled grip.... yeah i know bicycle grips work. just haven't found something i like. any links or info would be great

thx mike

http://www.gripworks.com/angle-grips.htm

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look on ebay under jetski parts for handle grips
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anything wrong with using motorcycle grips? I have a 1" rudder stick and I see some really cool looking harley grips. Only bad thing I see is you have to buy it in pairs and the right hand has two rings for the throttle connection.


check this place out they even have the option of ordering two left grips so no throttle connectors so if you had a buddy to split a set with it wouldn't be so bad.
http://www.grips4motorcycles.com/produc ... at=65&pg=1

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they are pretty cool!!!!! its the $100 i dont like

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check with cajun he was makin some real nice aluminum grips

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