ProGrip Wheel Tape. 7mm x 21ft strip. Long enough for both sides of 2 wheels. Applicator included.
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A Necessity For Night Riding
from New Jersey
About Me Auto Enthusiast
Comments about ProGrip Wheel Tape:
I saw another motorcyclist with this at night and it made the bike pop out so much more than I expected. After some research I found the Pro Grip solution and realized it is the easiest to install and the best quality. Bike Bandit has a great price, affordable shipping, and it gets even better if you are an AMA member. There is plenty of tape for both rims with a little extra left over and the applicator makes the installation a breeze. Just make sure to lift the bikes wheels off the ground to freely rotate, I used the center stand for the rear wheel and jack stands for the front wheel.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Just Buy It
from Madison, WI
About Me Auto Enthusiast, Casual Driver, Competitive Driver
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This tape is great for looks and safety. I have the red tape. It lights up nicely at night. It looks like you are floating on red light beams if you have black rims. Tape has been on for several washings and weat weather rides. Still holding strong. Word of advice...if you want it on straight, don't let your underevolved apelike friends put it on.
2nd purchase. Great quality.
from Houston, TX
About Me Auto Enthusiast, Motorcycle Enthusiast
Add color to your wheels and benefit from safety at the same time. Applies easier than competitor products. A mistake isn't permanent during install
Great look for low price
About Me Jack Stand Mechanic
Clean your rims well before applying, I used wheel acid followed by glass cleaner on a clean terry towel. It is tricky to get the tool started but when I was all done I still had a bit more than a foot left. when you start if you mess up a few inches just go all the way around then cut off the messed up starting point. GO SLOW
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