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Discussion in 'Specialty Tools' started by Sierrawoodsman, May 14, 2017.

  1. Sierrawoodsman

    Sierrawoodsman Super OPE Member

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    Thought I would share this with you guys. I really like the feel of these grips. So much in fact that I put them on all of my chainsaws. They provide additional vibration dampening,have a mildly tacky feel and thicken up the grip which works out perfect for my larger hands. Can't speak to longevity yet, As I just installed them but I see no reason why they shouldn't last for many years. They even come in the "orange kool-aid" flavor
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    Here's a link:https://www.tennisexpress.com/GAMMA-Supreme-Overgrips-2712?gclid=Cj0KEQjwgODIBRCEqfv60eq65ogBEiQA0ZC5-XnSZGfX3OL3knNanO0GCT5v5QrJr1uCWT9wFaYnx48aAoYi8P8HAQ

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    A LOT cheaper than large Heat Shrink too!!
     
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    Sierrawoodsman Super OPE Member

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    Yes, definitely. Really makes a difference. I would definitely recommend giving it a try.


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    I will.
    The Heat Shrink is very tough, but pricey.

    And the anti vib would be nice.
     
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    My echo is starting to come apart on the overmold. How is this stuff holding up? I'm kinda leery of using anything with adhesive on it because it always seems to move then there's sticky junk everywhere.
     
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    Dub11 Some body poisoned the watering hole!

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    I recently done this to my push mower. I just went to the local bike shop and bought some grip tape. The adhesive was only about 1/3 the width of the tape running down the center and it relied more on how well you rapped it and then taped it off at the ends. I like it alot.
     
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    I was debating using some sort of grip tape and then go over it with bed liner. I cut bare handed and kinda like having hands lol
     
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