Tusk Handlebar Grip Heater Kit w/Molded Grips and Digital Control
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Tusk Handlebar Grip Heater Kit w/Molded Grips and Digital Control

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  • Large injection molded grips with built in heat panels.
  • Heat level is controlled by a digital switch that will let you choose 5 different heat settings or turn them off entirely.
  • Easy installation.
  • Designed for ATV’s with thumb throttles; will not work with twist grip throttles.
  • Inner diameter 7/8".
  • Compatible thumb warmer sold separately.

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Very warm but...

Comments On Apr 22, 2014:I bought 2 sets of these for a trip to Northern AZ where the weather can get chilly, especially when it rains and you have to ride with damp/wet hands.
Installation went well once I got the old grips off (I used an air compressor and they popped right off). Mounting the switch was a bit challenging but I was able to make it work with some strong double-sided tape.
The grips are VERY warm and the LEDs showing the heat level are very easy to see even in bright sunlight.
The biggest negative is with the quality of the rubber. They just wont last very long. As mentioned, I put these on for a trip and we covered about 450 miles over 5 days. The grips performed well but the rubber failed miserably. It took no time for them to wear down to an almost "slick" status and the edges on the ends tore right off. Needless to say they have almost zero grip left which is very unfortunate.

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Ruined one side

Comments On Jan 30, 2014:Haven't used them yet , have to order a new set , fit very tight on 22mm, Once on , unable to rotate on bar , to clear throttle , my fault.. Pay Attention to clocking , when installing .

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

to install

Comments On Dec 07, 2013:USE WD40 inside the grip and the handlebar TRUST ME once the wd40 dries the grips will b like glue somehow and yes it works

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Great product SEE NOTES!!!

Comments On Dec 02, 2013:This you will need to either wire in to your battery and be smart about not draining the battery. Or take power from another item that only works when ignition is on. Or wire in a relay (the right way) and power it through a relay switch. DO NOT listen to the reviews stating how difficult it is to slide the grips on. I have a 2012 z400 Quadsport. I listened to all the horror stories about how hard they are to put on so I ended up doing it twice. I used a tiny bit of soap with lots of water to help them slide. Then I slid them right on with my hands. No deadblow hammers or other nonsense. I slid them right on. So i removed them, used grip glue like the directions say, and re-installed. All set. I rode in 30 degrees the first day. High is too hot with gloves on too. Low is plenty warm. No complaints at all. And as always Rocky Mountain was perfect!

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Works great.

Comments On Aug 27, 2013:Put these on my Vinson 500 and like others have said are real tight to get on the handle bar. I installed a new handle bar so maybe that was the problem. Anyway once they were on work like a champ.

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Good heater at a fair price

Comments On May 14, 2013:Used these on a honda rubicon 500. Installation was a breeze, however the grips were a PITA to mount on the handlebars. hence the 4 star rating. i LOVE how you have 5 different settings of heat!

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If you ride in the cold. They are a must

Comments On Apr 28, 2013:Went to WV and rode in late November. Temps is the 30's and 40's. We rode all day and I had to keep them on low most of the time or my hands would almost get to warm. They work great. I would have given them five stars but I totaled my atv on the second day of riding so I have no idea how long they would have lasted... They seemed well made and also get the thumb heater accessory.. Works great too.....

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Nice heat grips for the price

Comments On Jan 01, 2013:Bought 2 sets of heat grips. One set got damage either during shipping or when I installed it and Rocky Mountain atv replaced them with no questions asked

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Good product

Comments On Nov 08, 2012:These installed pretty easy (don't listen to the other reviews). Just pull the old grips off by rolling them from the wide end to the bar end (after removing the bar ends-1/4 turn and pull). Then using your kids bubbles or liquid dish soap and water, wet the inside of the grips and the bar. Use a soft faced, dead blow hammer and gently tap the grip on. 10-20 blows and make sure the wires are going where you want. Wires are way long enough for any application. The weak link is the control. It is cheap and may hold up to weather. You can mount it with 2 sided tape or a bar clamp. I used the clamp and put it low and out of the way. Just like my sleds, it heats good when on the throttle, but at idle just barely. I think it's worth the money if it holds up.

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Not for technical riders!

Comments On Sep 18, 2012:I have had 3 or 4 sets of these atv grip warmers and they never failed. If you are a recreational atv-er that like to hunt or fish then these are great. HOWEVERâ?¦ If you are a technical rider that needs to hold on for dear life then get something a little better. I have hit the technical circuit recently and in less than a year the rubber wore down to a smooth finish. An as a result I have to change them. Itâ??s a shame because they still work great but they are just too slippery & smooth to use in the ruff stuff.

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