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Old 08-08-2006, 03:59 PM
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Prototype Grips for my internal throttle.

Grip prototype with knurles. Just a prototype. What do you guys think.
I will have pricing up soon. The end caps are to hide the mounting hardware and are interchangeable. I am making 10 completely different styles of grips not including the ART reproduction grips.
The grips dont use set screws they use a wedgelock on the clutch side which is included in the set and they use a drive pin thats already machined into the internal throttle and they reverse screw into the end of my internal throttle being drivin by the drive pin. They completely concealing all the hardware....
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They look nice and thin. Thinner the better.
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