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    Careful cutting out the green connector. It's 50/50 that you will have no problems. Just as easy to get the CVO Tgs. No green connector, easy,peasy. Just make sure you have your HD dealer switch the pins to male to fit your plug.


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    Man, That's a good video tutorial!
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    50/50 chance on eliminating the green connector! Thats not very good odds. This job is getting kind of scary! Maybe the CVO harness would be a better way to go.

    No one has commented on the elimination of the heated grip connectors yet.

    My next attempt will be using the mig welding wire. Someone posted a real good tip on pulling the wire
    through to start. That makes good sense.

    I can be methodical but my patience can be short sometimes. Just don't want to give up and have to pay someone to do this for me. That money could be better spent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfnork View Post
    50/50 chance on eliminating the green connector! Thats not very good odds. This job is getting kind of scary! Maybe the CVO harness would be a better way to go.

    No one has commented on the elimination of the heated grip connectors yet.

    My next attempt will be using the mig welding wire. Someone posted a real good tip on pulling the wire
    through to start. That makes good sense.

    I can be methodical but my patience can be short sometimes. Just don't want to give up and have to pay someone to do this for me. That money could be better spent.
    I removed the heated connector in the bar. I live in Hawaii and I knew there was no chance of me ever using heated grips. It made the wire run a lot easier.
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    We cut the heated grip wiring off of my buddies bike and it help with the pull and no problems with short or codes. CUT IT OFF !

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    Used Namz wire extension kits in my 13" prime apes that I just installed. Pulling the wires thru can be a little tricky but used some water soluble lube used for pulling home wiring thru conduit. Got everything pulled thru even the heated grip plug with very little trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfnork View Post
    Installing 12" Monkey bars on the SG. Watched the video many times. Am at the wire pull stage.
    First attempt failed. Very bad words were spoken, not my finest hour!

    If I never plan to use heated grips, can I clip off the connecters on the cable?

    The green connector will be eliminated (soldered and shrink-wrapped).

    Just want to eliminate as much as possible.
    The trick to pulling those wires is wire lube from your local hardware store and when they get tough to pull just be patient and work them back and forth a couple of times and they will slip right through.

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    I am having the same exact issue. I spoke with the stealership and they advised me to purchase part No. 32305-08A. Is this the correct one since 32310-08 only has two red, two black, and two white wires?

    I think I may damage the wires on the stock tbw when pulling the wires. This is why I am thinking of purchasing the new one.

  9. #19
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    just cut all the plugs off and solder and use heat shrink and you'll be just fine only use the plugs that comes threw the bars

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    Got it all finished. Rode all day Tuesday, about 350 miles. Felt great no numbness and looks great. Thanks for all the advice. You guys rock!

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