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Old 04-11-2000, 08:43 AM
Gus Gus is offline
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Anybody have a tip on keeping foam grips from<br>slipping off the handles on a walk behind?<p>----------<br>gus....<br>
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Old 04-11-2000, 08:59 AM
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Try superglue.<p>Karl
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Old 04-11-2000, 10:13 AM
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Try spraying it with hairspray
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Old 04-11-2000, 10:53 AM
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gus,<br> take the grips off, get some dubblesided tape put the tape one the bars where the grips go pour some paint thinner on the tape and slide the grip on. the thinner will evaporate then the tape will hold the grip.in my past life i was a ski & bicycle mechanic and this is how we did it <p>----------<br>Todd <br>
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Old 04-11-2000, 03:14 PM
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THE HAIRSPRAY WORKS!<p>----------<br>DON<br>LIANNES' MOWING
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Old 04-11-2000, 07:59 PM
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just wrap some black electrical tape around the end or you can do like everyone else said.
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