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I had this on the 1300 riders board and got no response. Someone suggested trying this board. I ordered new Pro-One twisted grips, brake away cruise and new bars for my 04 1300C. I haven't got the new bars yet, but looking at the grips, I was curious how they attach to the bars. The throttle cable attachment looks pretty self explanatory, but the grips came with no instructions at all.

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I did a searc for ya and the only thing i can find from the board is the member with the user name "dave shady" has them installed on his. Maybe pm him and he could give ya some advice...Hope that helps some
 

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I'll do that. I keep trying to talk my father-in-law into riding out there with me, but he's not sure he can make it that far. He's 62 and seems to think that's too old to ride that far. It's probably more like he knows that I like to got on the bike and keep going until I'm there or just can't stand it any more. He likes to stop every half hour. Anyway, I'm rambling.

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he's right...I put these on not too long ago

the right 1 just goes on and attach the throttle cables

the left 1...on the stock bars it slid on very tight and no adhesive is necessary, it does not turn or slip...of course if you want to use adhesive go ahead
 

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Kfox said:
Thanks. I guess it'll make more sense when I get the bars. I just can't picture how the grip still turns on the bar to work the throttle.
Don't glue the right (throttle) grip on! The throttle side is held in place by the switch box cover. Once you pull the right side apart you'll see. You will need to losen one of the cables off at the throttle body to swap them out.
 
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