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    Who makes the best ones or ones to stay away from

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    The Symtec brand is OK, but the weak link in most hand warmers/hotgrips is the switch, not the element. And for that, I can't say enough about Pure Polaris brand hot grips and thumb warmers - they use a quality Otto switch. You can use those on any brand. I wish I would have installed Polaris grips on my Yamaha.

    It's weird to be saying this since I've always (and to some degree still) bashed Polaris quality, fit, and finish. But their grips are top notch!

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    My Polaris hot grips have been flawless as well.

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    Went with the polaris easy to install a little cutting for the switch no knock outs on mine and all is good

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    Great! Glad to hear it!! What machine did you install them on?

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    2000 polaris 500

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