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Old July 8th, 2015   #1
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I recently installed heated grips on my bike, but now do not have a throttle lock.
Anyone know of a brand that will work with the Bikemaster grips?
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Old July 9th, 2015   #2
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Hello land of K McHale, I believe Bikemaster and Oxford are simmilar, I have Oxfords on my ST and Throttlemiester friction lock and bar ends, all is fine.
Same set up on a DL too.
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Search throttle locks or cruise control on this site.
It has been discussed at length as to what brands work and what ones have some issues.
Popular ones and price are discussed as well.


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Default Re: throttle lock

Take a look at the Kaoko. I have one on my ST1300; quite happy with it.

http://www.kaoko.com/
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Old July 12th, 2015   #5
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Thanks for all the info. You have all been very helpful. Just have to decide which to go with.
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I have Symtec grip heaters and a Brakeaway throttle lock.
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