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Anybody put a set of these on yet? I got a set from Cabelas, and I was surprised at how BIG they are. The grips are huge (in diameter). Not sure if I'll like 'em or not...

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Are you talking about the heated grips. If so, I got a set for X-mas that are just installed under a normal set of grips. I used them this weekend, and they rock. The low setting was all that I needed..
 

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Go to www.cabelas.com and plug in UE-521344 on the left side in the box where it says "enter item #"

That'll show the ones I got. The grips themselves are HUGE.

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Try these I installed on a ZRX 1200 work great cheaper than the other brands
http://www.dual-star.com/index2/Rider/heated_grip_kit1.htm

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I finally got around to installing 'em today. They aren't as huge as I had thought, not once I compared them to the stock grips. They are a bit bigger around, but not bad at all.

These things are well worth the $40 I paid at Cabelas. They use good-quality connectors and are very easy to install. The sealed switch with handlebar mount is really slick too!

Highly recommended.

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These look like a nice idea. JIMBO... the kit you gave a link to... are they sturdy? They look like they may break easily? For a $10 difference, I may go with the know Cabela's product.

If anyone has info on which is better let us know.

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Try the KIMPEX brand. I have a set. They are not to large and they have a full dial control. Anywhere from off, all the way up to full and anywhere in between. If you buy heated grips, I would also recommend a heated thumb warmer because you really fell the differance once your hands are warm and your thumb is not.

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