I just added the grips in the photo a month ago and I figured since I was doing that why not add the matching contour throttle boss as well. on the factory grips I used a rubber version of the throttle boss but in the North Carolina weather the moisture from the humdity would get under it and cause it to slide down the grip to the point I almost lost it a couple of times. So adding this to the new ISO grips was a no brainer. For me this is a must have item on my bike. A short ride for me is almost always a minimum of 70 to 80 miles. With a throttle hand that tends to start to go numb at the 45 to 50 mile marker its handy to be able to relax and move my fingersand know that I won't have to slow down or pull over till my butt goes numb if I don't want to. The installation on this was so simple that when my four year old granddaughter asked if she could help I let her put the last two screws in and tighten them down. (yea I know another video opurtunity missed.)
MY (KY-6299) fits like it was made for my hand.
about the only think I can think of would be to number the parts and match them to the instruction So that those folks with a college background don't get lost between where part (A) mounts on part (B) next to Part (C) while they hold part (C) in place and screw male end of part (D) in to the female end of part (B)...lol
So simple a four year old can complete the installation.
If you've got a college degree don't look at the directions it will look simple enough. But lets face it you have that degree and there are six unnumbered parts. need I say more?
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