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Stock bar ends and anti-vibe assembly - Removal

Does anyone has information on stock bar anti-vibe removal? The link in "helpful topics" is dead.
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Vibranators work pretty well.

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I think you have to remove the grips and release the spring clip through a hole in the underside of the bars. I just used pliers and a little excessive force since I wasn't going to re use mine


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There's a retainer clip that holds the inner weight in place. There is a hole on the top and bottom of the bar that 2 tabs clip into. I haven't had much luck removing the retainer without breaking the tabs off, but that is not an issue if you are not reusing them.

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They really are simple to remove, passenger side bar weight off first, roll back the end of the grip to expose the holes. Press in on tabs and slide out. Throttle side is slightly more work. Remove weight, roll back grip. Measure distance from bar end to hole on passenger side, measure same distance in on throttle grip. Guess where hole 'should' be. Drill 1/4" hole through the plastic grip only, roll the throttle to reveal the tab, push in and remove. Grip covers the hole when you are through.

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Does anyone has information on stock bar anti-vibe removal? The link in "helpful topics" is dead.
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I thought you meant how to remove the vibes running stock bars. My bad. As others have said there are spring clips.

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Thanks all,
Next week I'll give it a shot.

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