ISO-Grips for use w/OEM Heated Grips

Kuryakyn

ISO-Grips for use w/OEM Heated Grips
Your Price
$91.99
MSRP:
$101.99
Item #:
KU6183
91.99

GL1800 owners with Heated Grips can enjoy famous Kuryakyn ISO Grips without losing heat. Clamshell design attaches over stock heated grips allowing heat to come thru. Optional Extended Style Throttle Boss is designed to fit these grips and shown as Related Product below, standard throtlle boss will not fit.

Fitment Information:

6183 Fits 2006 & Up GL1800 & F6B 2013 & Up with OEM heated grips. Accepts all Kuryakyn grip end accessories (except for throttle bosses; only accepts P/N 6242 & 6310)

Suggest smooth accent rings for installation of all other accessories. Not suggested for use with P/N 7436 adjustable levers.

189 Member Reviews

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1/15/2018
Stu
Marianna, FL
40_stars
Heated Grips are slow to Heat

I posted earlier and now have had the chance to ride in the cold. It was 34 yesterday and the grips never got hot. I rode for two hours and when I took my gloves off the grips were a little warm.

Overall I am pleased with the look and feel of the grips. The heat would gave been a bonus but since I live in Florida are not mandatory. The throttle boss is great as I ride with a group many times and the cruise doesn’t always line up with the lead bike.

Ride Safe!

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1/7/2018
Stu
Marianna, FL
50_stars
Easy Install

Got a set for Christmas from my wife. Took about an hour to install following the directions. I used a pair of channel lock pliers with a cloth to snap the halves together once I tightened the cap screws. I added the throttle boss and I’m ready to ride. I live in Florida so the heat is not as important but will repost when I try the heat. Safe riding!

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12/23/2017
Charlie
Hendersonville, NC
20_stars
Too big, little heat and bad chrome

I had a set of these on my 2012 Level III, the clam-shell design makes them too big to be comfortable when wearing gloves (I wear gloves almost 100% of the time when riding). The heat transmitted to your hands is very limited, nothing near what is being produced by the stock grips. Yes, I ride, I ride a lot, the chrome started peeling around 40,000 miles and my bike is garage kept except when on a trip. I eventually took these off and threw them away, them wrapped my grips in tennis racket tape from Walmart; the perfect size and transmits heat great.

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8/5/2017
Horace
Interlachen, FL
20_stars
Grips are of poor quality

Kuryakyn continues to have chrome problems. Had these grips a little over a year and the chrome on both grips is flaking off at the seam where the two halves meet. Function and fit are good, quality of product leaves a lot to be desired.

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7/4/2017
Fish
50_stars
Not so impressed

Had these on my 09 with heated grips, had to put setting on max to feel the heat. Covers without end weights would put my right hand to sleep (too buzzy), installed there bolt on end weights & still a little buzzy, took them off & have stock heated grips with foam covers & stock end weights & now perfect

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