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Discussion in 'Indian Springfield' started by BKCTPD, Mar 9, 2020.
Yes, definitely worth it.
One of the first things I did to my Chieftain. Work well and get used often.
I have them on my Springfield DH. Had them installed last October, they were on sale, cost me about $300 OTD installed by dealership. Worth every penny.
Now that you mention it -- I forget about the heated seat. I don't forget about the grips.
Love them on the RM. Strongly considering adding them to the Springfield.
That is what I am finding as well. Bought my Springfield May 16.
getting them installed now
Avon makes some, but when I asked a few months ago, I could not get a good answer on if they are plug and play or f modifications are needed.
The simple answer is “yes”. Gloves can not prevent blue hand, something only preventable by heated grips.
I’ll let u know how they work out!
That's funny. I need the clutch side for the same reason. I'll send you a PM.
PM replied to and grip is no longer available.
Have a break in the weather here this Fri. Picking up bike at Pitt Cycles. Gonna be 58 degrees. Perfect to try out new heated grips!,
Enjoy the FuQ outta it!
In the low 50’s this past fri. Ran the grips at 5. I was warm the whole 20 mile ride!
I think I've only cranked them up that high once.....was riding in 40F rainy weather.....the grips on the RM get so freaking hot, it's amazing! (and I LOVE them....)
Yeah I did not know what a difference warm hands make for a comfortable ride. So glad I pulled the $$ trigger.
I wanna haz.
I am positive that I’ll never buy a bike without heated grips again. Even in the mid 50s they are a huge difference.