- Slipping grips…annoying, any ideas?
I use WCS’s on alloy bars, they move but it’s more like creep, little enough you can just push them back a few times each ride.
Little spot of (gel, so it doesn’t spread) superglue under each end stops them moving completely. Then cut round the spot with a stanley knife to get them off, soak off the glue with acetone*.
*May or may not be a good idea for carbon.Posted 4 years agoiamroughriderMember
the nastiest hairspray ( usually the cheapest ) you can find. Think 1980’s top of the pops haircuts. Just make sure you dont have any cuts on yours hands when you use it. Strings a bit to say the least.
However mine sometimes still move a bit. Going to try combining the tape method too. Tbh I really do think lock on’s a brilliant sometimes.Posted 4 years agoepo-aholicMember
I switched back to retro foam wcs grips from lock-ons at the start f the season and they are driving me nuts…..
It used to be, squirt some lynx and hey presto they stuck by some magical means but this doesn’t seem to be working….i’m using carbon bars if that makes a difference? any ideas?
thanks in advance
JB 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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