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What's good for removing the glue after cutting the grip off the handlebar? This stuff is resisting everything I've tried.
 

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Fold or Scrunch a shop rag then wipe. :unsure:

Seriously, if it's the hard brittle type of glue, you can probly scrape it off. If it's the rubbery type, it's a pain. I've used a sander in the past to get rid of that ****. Sure made a mess though. I've seen it so glommed on that it would be impossible to get a new grip on over it. Good luck.
 

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TomB said:
Ahhh, a new record for thread drift .... (sniff) ... I'm so proud!
I tend to drift from time to time ...



But the OL in her usual calm and collect way wispers in my ear "exit only" All while increasing her grip on the boys....
 

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Now that I'm back on track if its really hard try a piece of emory cloth and sand like your polishing your shoe. If its soft try WD-40, kerosene . I have even used flame to get the glue soft enought to remove
 

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razor blade and some goo gone or zippo fluid. scrape first then soak with fluid and scrape and wipe off the excess.
 
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