Are your billet grips looking worse for wear? Don't sweat, the rubber is replacaeable. Don't go through the headache of having to replace cheap rubber grips over and over by buying a solid set of RSD Tracker or Chrono grips and be able to replace the grip surface whenever you need to.
- Fits both Tracker and Chrono Grips
- Renthal Rubber
- Made in USA
- Sold Each
Like the feel and how well these grab a pair of gloves. No fear of slipping off.
They are very hard to get installed but once they are on they are good for a few years!! They are definitely affordable also
I love the RSD Chrono grips, and would have expected a longer service life out of the Renthal rubber cushions, but I’ve only had the grips for about a year and a half, and the left cushion turned to goo. I park inside my garage when I’m not riding, and I ALWAYS wear gloves. Not sure what caused the problem, but I’ll keep buying replacements as long as I can. The replacements do not come with installation instructions/tips, and are very difficult to install.
Super easy install. Cut the old ones off with a razor knife. Took a blow dryer and warmed the new ones up a bit because they seem small. Spread soapy water on the handlebar before trying to install them. Kinda tough getting them over the knob end at first. Pushed the bottom on, then stuck my finger inside to push the top over the knob. Struggled a bit with the slippery grip trying to push it onto the bar. Grabbed a dry towel and pushed/pulled it on fairly easy. Only about a 10 minute job for both. The dry towel is the key! These are on my wife’s bike and she loves the new feel!!