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    Question Wrap towel grip as overgrip or remove the original one?

    Hi,
    I just want to know how you guys wrap your towel grip. Do you wrap it over the original grip?(this is what I'm usually doing so far) Or do you remove the original grip first and put the towel grip onto the piece of wood? What is better?
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    for me, on top of original grip. If not, id take off the original grip, replace it with a replacement grip, and then put a towel grip.

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    Personally I would remove the original leather grip and apply the towel grip straight onto the wood, after taping the wood with electrical tape to prevent the glue from the towel grip from peeling off the wooden handle when I change it. My reason for this is that the thinnest towel grip available is 1.2cm thick (the usual thickness of you regular replacement or original grip) and if I wrap it over the original or replacement grip, the handle will be too large for my hands to grip efficiently.

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