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I would love to install heated grips soon and am trying to decide witch ones. I am getting close to orderingone fromDual Star,they have a set with a lo-off-hi switch. They also have one with a Heat Troller, with a velcro mount or a dash mount. I would like to mount the switch to the right side perch mounts. Witch ones would you guys get.



http://www.dual-star.com/index2/Rider/heated_grip_kit1.htm
 

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Go with the switch first, then decide if you really need an expensive controller. Great price on the kit
 

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I went with the Show Chrome grip heaters my self and at the time they were $89.00 and now they are $61.00 marked down I just checked. Here is the web site its from Wingstuff.com
http://wingstuff.com/pgroup_detail/...up_list/gl1500/264_goldwing_grips/des/?page=2

I love them for sure. Oh and they got so hot for me that it melted the grip glue and I had to use epoxy but becareful how much you use on the right throttle grip or you will epoxy it to the handle bar and wont be able to twist it... BTDT
 

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I have the Dual Star with the 2 position toggle switch. They work very well. I question though why you would want to mount a switch on the right side perch mount. Wouldn't it make more sense to mount switch on left side for easier switching with left hand while riding?
 

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i cant even wrap my head around heated grips when its 100 deg. outside
 

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Have used the dual star for two years, they are a good deal They were recommended by Dusty Boots.
 
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