Scott Grip Glue

$2.00

Rating 3.79 of 5 (15 Reviews)

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Scott Grip Glue

After exhaustive research and numerous tests of chemical compounds, Scott has developed the ultimate grip glue.
  • Cements the grips in place
  • Easy to apply
  • Item # 7416
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Overall Rating: 3.79 of 5

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Worked great

Negative reviews please check your application technique. I scuffed up the bars, put some glue on the bar and on the inside of the grip, and just slid them on. Enough for two sets of grips. You must let this glue cure for 24 hours.

matthew - February 27, 2016

(cedar rapids, IA)

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Do Not Buy!

This is by far the worst adhesive I have used for anything. I waited more than the cure time on the bottle, took my bike out to test it after using almost the whole bottle and my grip came off on the throttle side. It was completely dry , but had very minimal adhesion. After using only my thumb to rub off the dried glue, I used a normal adhesive. The stuff is cheap to buy and in my opinion for a very good reason. Do not waste your money.

Dennis - June 20, 2013

(Clifton Park, NY)

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Insane CR

It works, just be sure to let it set up good - I prefer overnight.

RW - June 19, 2013

(Buchanan, GA)

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Use it twiced

First time didn't work at all, grips slid off while riding. Used more second time, held a little better but still twisted a little.

John - August 31, 2011

(Bridgeport, WV)

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SMALL!!

I just want people to know that this glue container is about as small at your pinkey finger. So don't expect too much. If I could do it over again I would get the big pro taper bottle. This is more of a "To go" item.

mark - August 26, 2011

(butler, PA)

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Poor

Used it and it worked fine for the first couple of rides, then i rode in the rain and grips slipped all over. The next day when it dried the grips stayed in place surprisingly, but would not trust it!

Luke - July 8, 2011

(salt lake, UT)

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Just use as directed.

Not a lot, but it doesn't take a lot either. Container small enough to keep with you when you ride, in case a grip comes loose.

T. M. - June 2, 2011

(Chattanooga, TN)

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No hassle glue

This is the only glue I have tried. With one person pulling and one person pushing the end, the grip slid on easily with the glue applied. Have been out in the hot Florida sun and the grips have held well. No complaints.

Douglas L. - May 4, 2011

(odessa, FL)

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Scott Grip Glue

Don't waste your time with this stuff, buy the pro taper glue instead. I used this stuff and it seems like it feels that adhesion is just a suggestion, not a prime requirement. I ended up scrapping the grips and used pro taper next time, it works WAY better.

Tom B. - April 28, 2011

(Saint Louis, MO)

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junk

Grip glue is a waste of money, just go buy some clear spray paint and use that.

Travis - December 29, 2010

(Walpole, MA)

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Good stuff

Dries very quickly, so work fast!

Carl - November 15, 2010

(Statesville, NC)

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Scott grip glue

Do not take your time spreading glue around. Try to apply glue and slide grip on all within 10 seconds.

mat - July 7, 2010

(san antonio, TX)

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'04 R6

Scott grip glue worked very well with the left grip that went onto metal. The throttle side grip is taking longer to dry. Not sure if it makes a difference whether the rubber grip is on metal or a plastic throttle tube. After three weeks the center of the throttle grip still slides a little, probably because the outer edges have already dried and air can't reach the center to dry it. It does seem to stick better as days go by, maybe I used too much.

JJ - February 12, 2010

(Sacramento, CA)

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grip glue

easy to use, works, what else can you say?

Mark Turula - June 29, 2009

(Ukiah, CA)

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Probably works better with a soft grip!!

I bought this product because my grip was loose and would spin in circles! I applied the Scott’s and waited 24 hrs. When I came back my grip was still loose and it seemed not to work. I took the grip off and put down a new coat of the Scott’s hoping that it would bond better. The next morning when I checked, it had worked and I have not had a problem with it yet. So I guess 2 coats worked fine but that was a metal grip to plastic. A different type of grip would probably work better.

Brandon - June 9, 2009

(virginia beach, VA)