GSXR LIFE STYLE
What kind of glue do I use for replacing grips? price is not the issue I want quality. I don't want to twist my wrist and get nothing because the glue did not hold.
+3I've always used hair spray....just spray a bunch of that shit on there, slide them on and let them sit over night....never had a problem with it.. If you live with a girl, it makes it a lot easier.
+1 on the spray paint when rode quads the only thing that would hold up through water and washings was spray paint....i used clear coati use spray paint not glue but really not needed u have bar ends that hold it i am just from motorcross so i like to know there not coming off just my .02
Safety wire is basically a thin, flexible wire that used with special pliers you can secure just about anything if done correctly. Trust me, there is a techinque to safety wiring and without a tiny bit of coaching it can be very very frustrating. Most of the critical nuts/bolts on all my bikes are safety wired (oil pan drain, axels, pinch bolts, radiator cap, oil cooler bolts, exhaust hanger bolts, grips, rearsets, some hose clamps, caliper bolts, banjo bolts). When the bolts/nuts are drilled out correctly and you safety wire from the correct direction, it's basically impossible for a bolt/nut to back out unless your wire snaps.Ok so what is saftey wire do you have link or know were i can get it I think I know what your talking about but just tell me so I am sure.