Grip Heaters Kit - 12 Volt
Tired of hugging your engine or exhaust pipe to keep your hands from freezing?
Grip heaters are required equipment for anyone who rides in cold weather. If your motorcycle or ATV has a headlight or battery and charging system,
and you don't use grip heaters, you don't know what you are missing.
These grip heaters feature self adhesive pads that are
installed under your favorite grips to keep your hands warm in cold weather. Power is drawn from the bike's lighting system, and grip temperature is controlled by a 3-way switch (Low - Off - High).
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Grip Heaters for Motorcycles and ATVs
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12 Volt Grip Heaters Kit
Use on any motorcycle or ATV with a battery and charging system or
a lighting coil. Install under grips.
12 Volt Grip Heaters Kit - 3 Packs
Equips 3 Motorcycles or ATVs. Come in pairs.
NOTE: On motorcycles with twist-grip throttles, the right grip will
always be thinner than the left grip in order to keep the outside diameter the
same. This means that the right grip will always be warmer than the left
using grip heaters. We know of people who wrap the left end of
their handlebar with a single layer of athletic tape to reduce heat transfer to
aluminum handlebars. If you choose to try this, make sure you use safety
wire to secure your grips. Do not over tighten safety wire over the grip
Improved 3-Postion (Hi-Lo-Off ) plus Kill Combination
Rugged construction switch with high-tactile rubber
Stainless slider shaft guaranteed not to break.
Six 400mm, 18 gauge, 105șC wires.
Switch with universal connectors available from most
major distributors and dealers.
Model-Specific versions included in most Trail Tech
model-specific X2 motorcycle headlight kits. No cutting
or splicing required.
High-tactile rubber slider switch.
Insert molded rubber grommets keep installation looking
High current contacts handle more power than other
switches (will not melt.)