Tools Required –
– Rubber Hammer
1. The very first thing to do is remove the bar ends and we suggest doing this with cork screw. Simply screw the cork screw into the bar end and then pull it out. Some bar ends have screws in the ends of them, if so use a screw driver or allen key unscrew the bolt and the bar end should fall out.
2. Using the head of a blunt screwdriver lift the edges of the grip up spray some hair spray in-between the bar and the grip. Do this at both ends of the grip.
3. You are now ready to take the grips off. Give the grips a twisting pull and the hair spray should do all the work for you.
4. Give the bars a quick wipe to get rid of any excess hair spray. Now spray a minimal amount of hair spray around the leading rim of the Grips. Do not use anything but hair spray as it will not dry once the grip is on the bar and will result in your grip not gripping to the bar.
5. Now use the palm of your hand to gently bang the new grip onto the bar and once there is enough on you can ease the rest of the grip on by using a pushing and twisting motion.
6. Dependant on what kind of bar ends you have either use a rubber mallet to hammer the new bar ends in or screw them in with an allen key or screw driver.