ATV Heated Grips with Thumb Warmer

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  1. Wayne

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    Looking for a set of these, hoping there is some line store that has celebrating Cyber Monday with sales. Anyone know some online sites that deal in ATV stuff?
     
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    i bought a set from pro cycle last year, they were adjustable levels of heat, and about 70 bucks. piece of cake to install
     
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    I only have the thumb warmer, find it's plenty if you have decent mitts. Although with the full deal, you won't have to worry AT ALL.
     
  4. Wayne

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    Sounds exactly what I want.

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    Yeah, I could do with better mitts as well for sure, but I think I want both the grip and thumb anyways.
     
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    I use royaldistributing.com for most of my stuff. I have the adjustable temperature hand/thumb warmer. Something like that might be more worth the while to look for locally rather than online because of shipping and stuff, but you never know. Check'em out.

    Halifax Motorsports, Pro Cycle, or Route 1 should be able to hook you up.
     
  6. Wayne

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    I am in New Brunswick now but I get what you are saying.
     
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    Shit i forgot you moved. Sorry
     
  8. Wayne

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    It's all good, will check Polaris dealer...they've been good to me so far.
     
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    I always used royaldistributing online for parts/accessories.
     
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    Try G bourqe or Motoplex.
     
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    I picked up the Moose ones from Pro Cycle Last year. They are really warm...no gloves needed warm.
     
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    Things Texans never even knew existed. :lol:
     
  13. Wayne

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    Can't imagine you need them there, maybe air conditioned grips.
     
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    hell yeah!

    Though it might shock you to learn how often I use my heated seats...
     
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    I saw that gnarlyparts.ca has their heated accessories on sale this month, good Canadian site for ordering motorsports parts from. Very competitive prices.
     
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    I use my heated seats all year, usually on low just to sooth the back :)
     

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