Summary:1.Slide or cut the old handle carefully. Sometimes it is necessary to cut carefully with a razor blade, try not to scrat...
1.Slide or cut the old handle carefully. Sometimes it is necessary to cut carefully with a razor blade, try not to scratch your chrome. If you want to save the grip without cutting, spray WD-40 between the grip and the handlebar and give it 5-10 minutes for it to enter the grip. Twist to extend the grip within the WD-40 and pull it down easily.
2.Clean the handle with soap/water to remove WD-40, dust and sticky materials. Use an old rag or sponge to scrub the iron bars clean to make them as clean as possible. This will make it easier to acquire new grip and keep it there. When you are done, do the whole thing.
3.Put plastic ties on different grips, and then use these smooth, low-friction areas to slide the grip on the bike. Then simply pull the tie back to complete the installation.
4.Spray hairspray, hand sanitizer, or other rapidly evaporating substances into the handle. If you don't have a plastic tie, a little alcohol product, such as hairspray or disinfectant, may help you slip the grip. As a bonus, the grip will definitely stay behind once you get it ready. Although this is not absolutely necessary, this step can prevent your grip from slipping off the bar immediately if you have a problem.
5.Push the handles all the way to the arms and twist them to align their contours. When you push, it can help you twist, putting it on the handlebar little by little. Although the comfortable fit may make it difficult for you to grasp it.