I just applied new grips onto my Flexx Handlebars. I used gorrilla glue on the the left grip since my Flexx bars didnt have a knurled handle (it was smooth). On my Throttle (which is a G2Erogonomics throttle tube) one of the quik turn throttles, it has knurls in it for grip support. So on this side I didnt use glue cause I figured it would be to hard to clean out of the diamond knurls in the tube when these grips wore out. So I just used some 3M brake parts cleaner spray and sprayed some in the grip and a little on the throttle tube. I have never used carb spray or cleaner or gas before when putting grips on so I thought I would try it. Anyways I want to use safety wire for added support but seems like every time I have used it in the past they want to cut into the grip. I try not to get it to tight but to get it tight enough to hold the grip in place so it wont move,you just about have to sinch it down to where it starts to cut into the grip. I was thinking about doubleing the wire so its not as narrow so it wouldnt cut into the grip. has anyone every tried that before? Double the wire (to make it wider) then twist it on. I think this way it makes the wire cover a wider patch on the grip so it wont be as apt to cut into the grip.