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Folks who use canyon dancer harnesses sometimes have their grips twisted by the forces of the harness on the grips. Especially if the bike is heavy.

A buddy of mine  and I trailer'd our bikes last weekend and his grips got pretty twisted. We used my air compressor and floated the grips back. Later he told me about using PVC pipe on the grips to shield them from the harness. The trailer now is equiped with 4 pieces of PVC pipe and an air pig from walmart. Little by little, every eventuality is being covered:)...
 
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I detest Canyon Dancers for that very reason. You can even damage your throttle stop if you're not careful (not tellying you anything you don't know, I'm sure).

That's a pretty darned good idea, but if the PVC is the real deal, what's the need for the pig tank?
 

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The PVC solution works even better if you cap one end of each pipe sleeve and put a collar on the open end.
 
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figment : Quote (Chain @ Oct. 13 2003, 1:24pm)what's the need for the pig tank?
float grips, etc. Refill it with my rechargeable compressor.
I would have thought the PVC eliminated the need for floating the grips...
 
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Chain : Quote (figment @ Oct. 13 2003, 5:45pm)Quote (Chain @ Oct. 13 2003, 1:24pm)what's the need for the pig tank?
float grips, etc. Refill it with my rechargeable compressor.
I would have thought the PVC eliminated the need for floating the grips...
yes, but not everyone I may come in contact with may have a PVC pipe adapted harness doohickey
 
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