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    Default How to wrap towel grip up the cone?

    I just don't succeed in wrapping towel grip up to the cone, somehow I get like very much air beneath it :S. Thanks in advance.

    Btw, it's for a Voltric 70 and a AT900T

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    try cutting into the grip a bit, standard is 3cm wide or so, make it 2,5-2cm. I cut from the "bottom" end, but from the "top" should work as well.
    And try to pull it tight (but don't tear it apart)

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    I agree with jerby about trimming down the grip a little. I actually trim on both sides so only the middle with the sticky tapes are left. Also helps you work the grip a little more.

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    Like Jerby said, just pull it nice and tight, and take your time with it, to get the best results.

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