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Lucky's twist n lock grips

Posted by James See from IP: 71.203.210.216 on 03/05/11
Knoxville, TN United States - website


Has anyone tried these? And reviews? Seems like a pretty nice idea, I'm just wondering if there have been any problems with slipping tubes, or if the locking mechanism wears out easily, etc.



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RE:Lucky's twist n lock grips

Posted by Godsdog from IP: 74.192.149.202 on 03/09/11
, Texas United States


Havent tried Lucky's twist lock but have used or tried to use a twist lock grip and found it to be a major fail. U still have to screw in the stem and then the grip lock couldnt actually "grab" the tip no matter how hard u twist it. Just found it to be a great concept on paper but flawed in reality.


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RE:Lucky's twist n lock grips

Posted by James See from IP: 71.203.210.216 on 03/09/11
Knoxville, TN United States - website


Yeah, I was/am afraid of that. I have a few on the way to try out, hopefully Lucky's did a better job on theirs.

I was reassured over the phone that there have been no problems to date, and that if they do not work properly, they will be replaced since they are manufactured in-house. I guess that's better than nothing.

Keeping my fingers crossed.


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RE:Lucky's twist n lock grips

Posted by James See from IP: 71.203.210.216 on 03/16/11
Knoxville, TN United States - website


Used them a few times now, so far so good! They lock down nice and tight, no slipping of the tube at all. Could be the start of a beautiful friendship. haha


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