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    Grips "T.H.E. G-4 THIN LINE LOCK ON GRIP"

    I just purchased these grips from jensonusa for my pitch. Like the genius I am, I ordered them cause I thought they would look good on my bike and did not check any reviews. Looked this morning for some reviews but could find nothing. Anybody tried them? If not I will post a quick review once I recieve them.
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    the main thing is the clamping system. cant tell from the pic but it looks like the crappy sunline grub screw system. maybe not though. as for the actual grip i like the a more smooth design like sunlines or srams but thats a personal thing.

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    Ooh, I wouldn't have got white ones if i were you. I got some cause, like you i thought they would look cool ..now they're brown and look anything but cool
    Can't really tell from the picture, but if they have a grub screw that screws directly into the bars i would suggest buying some different ones.
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    Any updates on these?
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    I have a pair, they feel way to hard and thin to me. But that is a personal thing.

    They look good, and I like that the instructions indicate what the proper orientation is.

    They are just way to thin for me, I have average hands for a 5'9" male.

    Edit: for reference I like Ruffian MX's. Rogues are ok as well but I find them a bit thick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dberndt View Post
    I have a pair, they feel way to hard and thin to me. But that is a personal thing.

    They look good, and I like that the instructions indicate what the proper orientation is.

    They are just way to thin for me, I have average hands for a 5'9" male.

    Edit: for reference I like Ruffian MX's. Rogues are ok as well but I find them a bit thick.
    Thanks man. I'm 5'11" and oversized hands. Probably wouldn't work.
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    i dont think hand size dictates grip thickness. i have large hands and use thin grips, personal preference me thinks.

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    Most grips just aren't to my liking.. end up having a layer of inner tubing cut to size and rolled over most of my grips.
    Helps a lot on those that feels hard.

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    I have had these (in red) on my Cannondale for a while and i am very satisfied. I also bought them because of the look, but i think they are great

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