I am starting to wonder if the high temperatures (100+°F) the bike is sitting in during the day are causing this. It has a conditioned garage at home, so not an issue there. They aren't turning to mush yet, but I've seen grips do this on older bikes, and I'm afraid of this happening.
So a couple of questions.
Has anyone else noticed this on their bike yet?
Can you change the rubber grips on a bike with heated grips?
I've never owned heated grips, so my knowledge is limited. I found pricing for the whole assembly and I don't like the idea of having to buy a whole new set.
Left side is part number 46075-0618 and about $140
Right side is part number 46019-0072 and about $120
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