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Marc in TN
I would not recommend this was a waste of 40 bucks it's too long and the bends are not correct so it runs my shock spring on my 07 rm250 my buddy just ordered front and back for his 99 kx250 and both were too short and did not fit at all maybe tusk should stick to making hand gaurdsRead All Reviews
jason in WA
I love tusk products always high quality great value and very durable fitment is greatRead All Reviews
Logan in WA
So, I was really excited about these grips since they're isolated but aren't huge like the Oxford grips. And I like how they can be moved from bar-to-bar, or bike-to-bike. But then, I realized my clutch perch had to be moved further into the bar. This put the lever at a distance I'm not happy with. The locking area is too long which pushed the left switch housing awkwardly far away from the grip, causing the clutch lever/perch conundrum. I'm tempted to cut the lock off the left grip, rendering it useless as a lock-on grip, just so I can get my clutch purchase back. This review asks if I recommend these grips. I guess it depends. Some bikes won't have the same problem as I do, others will. Some people are on with two fingers at the very end of the clutch lever, others won't be. The grips work very well, getting nice and hot quickly. They rotate when aggressively riding singletrack, but only the times with the awkward body english. The switch plastic is thin and broke when mounting, but so far, it's still hanging on and doesn't move. So yes, overall I would recommend these. Just be aware that some compromises may have to be made.Read All Reviews