Kuryakyn Motorcycle Specific Chrome ISO Grips

Discussion in 'Rocket III Touring Forum' started by Corey, Jul 19, 2015.

  1. Corey

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    Has anyone installed these on a 08 R3T? if so, what model and what did you do about the weights? keep them or refit? and how?
     
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    In order of questions - yes, search the forum, search the forum. :)

    I know there are posts here about all of this, including the end weights - there have been people who have modded the iso-grips so they could retain the stock bar-ends. Of course, Kuryakyn has specific bar-ends that fit the Iso-grips that you attach to the grip rather than the bars.
     
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    I never bothered with bar end weights with the ISO grips and can't say I noticed any difference in vibration at all. As the Touring has rubber mounted bars, I imagine it would matter even less.
     
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