Heat Shrink Rubber Grip EA994-25
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- Overall Length (m)
- ESCO Part Number
- Inner Diameter (phi mm)
- EPDM (ethylene propylene rubber)
- Shrinking Ratio (%)
- Thickness (mm)
- (The state that do not shrink) 0.5
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8 Customer Reviews
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Motorcycle grip part
On 2017-06-22 21:43:46
I put it on the grip of the outer diameter 33 mm, but it did not have any problem at all because it shrinks considerably. I think cost performance is high.
Grip such as pliers
On 2017-02-18 17:29:13
Purchase to win around grips such as pliers. feel well.
To stop the tool from slipping.
On 2016-07-13 02:14:41
I used it for a saw, a mallet and a hammer. The feeling of use is very good. It is used for a straight one. Please note that it can not be used for umbrella bent handle etc
Used for handle grip protection of motorcycle
On 2015-11-10 19:20:34
Usability is very good as it can be cut to the required length and used. I used a gas burner because it requires 120 degrees of heat for shrinkage.
To handle the chain saw handle.
On 2015-01-12 08:39:20
I want you to increase the type of length.
On 2014-11-11 14:55:54
Purchase because there are many opportunities to wear gloves and shake hammers. In the past, I remembered what I used for the shaft of Pickel and purchased. Longitudinal stretch is unexpectedly less familiar to the shaft and the feeling of use has improved very much. The pattern of rubber surface is cool.
On 2013-10-03 20:09:02
Although it was attached to a copper round bar, the cut portion was not completely adhered and a gap was formed. Adhesive was used as it got displaced during use. If it is a fishing rod, powder of sand and feed will enter from the gap, which will be an unpleasant feeling of use. It is not preferable that it deviates while repeating casting.
Used for the handle of a motorcycle
On 2013-03-20 14:12:08
I used it for the handle of a motorcycle. When using the grip heater, the material is thin so it functions without any problems. It does not slip with a thin, firm material (surface processing) and it plays a role of grip properly. When installing, if you hit an ordinary dryer evenly and evenly, it will contract shrinkingly. I tried installing thought to prevent wearing out because various grips wear out and got troublesome. I am very satisfied.
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