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Domino Diamond Waffle Grips Black / Red Husaberg Fc600 4 on 2040-motos

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This is a pair of high quality black & red Domino Diamond Waffle handlebar grips
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Domino have been making top quality motorcycle switches, grips, handlebars and throttle controls for over 50 years, and their handlebar grips are the best you can buy, their level of quality far surpasses other aftermarket grips


Product Details:

Reinforced inner tube provides maximum durability and prevents the grip from losing shape

Super soft outer rubber provides excellent comfort

Diamond grip pattern on the front with waffle on the rear

Closed ended but can be cut to allow the use of bark busters etc

Colours are moulded into the inner tube, so will not fade as the grips wear

Fits any 22mm diameter handlebar

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