It wasn't too bad removing it, there's a lot of people that will tell you to use wd40 or other lubricants but what I used was liquid soap mixed with water and squirted it into the space between the grip and handlebar, slowly but surely after a bit of twisting it came off pretty easily. Then I just washed the inside of the grip and let it dry for a day or so. Then finally once it was dry I used hairspray to "glue" it back on (read somewhere that it would work and it did, perfectly )
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