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Old 09-02-2020, 04:13 PM
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Billet Grip Removal BBC

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I have the billet grips on my 05 BBC with internal throttle. I need to remove the grip and have removed the set screw. Before I start torching and prying Any advice.

I've done rubber and foam grips but not these aluminum style.

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The set screw/s should be the only thing holding them on. I had 3 on the throttle side.
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Finally got it off. Drilled out a set screw and used a pipe wrench. The bike had been sitting for awhile and there was a bit of rust. W-D 40 and heat gun too.

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Finally got it off. Drilled out a set screw and used a pipe wrench. The bike had been sitting for awhile and there was a bit of rust. W-D 40 and heat gun too.

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I think I have a pair in the garage if you need one or two.
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