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Haven't used em personally, but driven makes good stuff and I'd imagine these are no different.

Installing grips isn't too hard, but taking off the old ones can be a royal pita. Make sure you have a long screwdriver or air compressor on hand to break up the glue holding them on and be patient. There's plenty of guides out there if you need some extra help

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If you ride in the cold at all, I highly recommend installing heated grips while you are tearing things apart. They have completely changed winter riding for me since I've gotten them.
 

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I got Driven Axis grips waiting to get installed, should get to it sometime next week.
When I looked at them pretty quick they looked like good quality product.
I think Fangshui also had Driven Axis installed oh his.
 
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