"BB" <[email protected]
> wrote in message news:[email protected]
> On Fri, 18 Apr 2003 20:23:52 -0400, KLydesdale wrote:
> > I loved the Oury grips I tried but no matter what I used (and I tried everything I've ever seen
> > suggested for fixing grips in place) I could
> > keep them from eventually twisting.
> Mine twist a little eventually, too. It makes it a little less pretty, but if I was looking for
> pretty I'd probably start by washing the poor beast.
A little twisting would be fine but once they got a bit loose, any water or sweat that got near them
would work it's way under and they'd start spinning pretty freely. Wiring them in place worked the
best but even then they'd start twisting in the middle and would tear away from the end parts that
were wired. The Ourys aren't the only grips I've had slip on me but they were the worst because they
so thick, soft and squirmy.
I went to ODI Rogue Lock-Ons - problem solved. Serfas Connectors work pretty well too but they're
not quite as thick as the Rogues.