never done it on a cruiser but I have on a sportbike. If you use a superglue type liqued to help slid on a hold the grip that just becareful of the mess. It tends to go everwhere. Other than that it should not be to difficult
Piece of cake with the custom-fits. I used a dental pic w/a 90 degree end to release the cables after slackening them at the adjustment, after all said and done, cables on and adjusted, switch box back together, etc. throttle side took around 15 min. I cut-off the LH grip, cleaned and re-glued new one on - about 7 minutes.
Adhesive. First thing to do when you get new grips is toss the silly glue in the trash. Use Rave4 hairspray and have a little time to set the grips right.
Let dry about an hour before use.
Installing grips shouldn't be like you're on a game show. :biggrin:
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