RE: [CR]Love is in the air !


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From: <d-gordon@sbcglobal.net>
To: "'Robert Clair'" <r.clair@cox.net>
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Subject: RE: [CR]Love is in the air !
Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 22:01:55 -0800
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I have a pair of grips that I need to take off without ruining them. Any ideas on that? I was thinking about sticking something under like a blunt screwdriver and then spraying some soapy water in there to make it slippery and then working around it, spraying again. Any ideas?

Thanks,

-Dee Gordon Los Angeles
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> Robert Clair
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>
> ... here, at the moment. just used a spray can of womens'
> hair stuff to
> put some rubber grips on some bars. they are now in like
> flynt, and not
> going anywhere.
> assume this is an old mechs trick !!
> rc
> alex, va 22308