Pro Honda Handgrip Cement
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Pro Honda Handgrip Cement

Part# 1378030001

Our price: $3.49

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  • Required when installing PVC-type handgrips.
  • Ideal for use on rubber handgrips, footpeg covers, plus kickstart and shift pedal rubbers.

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Works good

Comments On Jun 09, 2015:Holding the grips on great and easy to apply, although I'm not sure if it caused 1 to split somehow but I'm thinking it was a grip failure and not a glue swelling.

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added insurance at a good price point

Comments On Apr 27, 2015:I used to just put my grips on with a little brake cleaner and some safety wire. I still use the brake cleaner to clean the inside of the grip and handle bar then air dry, but now at a thin coat of this grip cement as added insurance. seems to be working and is an added seal to keep water out and prevent slippage issues. my grips still get the safety wire treatment but they would probably be fine without it. for the price, it is a worth having in you tool box and I used it to glue the sole on my running shoe tonight. bonus! Be sure to have good ventilation and try to avoid getting it on your hands/fingers. wear nitrile gloves if you can, it is very hard to get off and smells god awful.. (I think that is a good sign) =)

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Great

Comments On Apr 02, 2015:Works awesome

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Ok, still need to secure with wire

Comments On Jul 31, 2014:Easier to install grip with that cement on (slide easier), but doesn't not stay in place after.

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Good stuff

Comments On Oct 27, 2013:Works well. Definitely install grips on a warm day outside. This stuff is potent. I have found that high humidity affects curing time.

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Honda Grip cement

Comments On Jun 11, 2013:Worked pretty good no problems yet after 8 months of hard riding.

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