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post #1 of 12 Old 12-13-2015, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Rubber boot cover for heated grips toggle switch

Here's what I found for my Ariens with add-on heated grips. You guys had referenced me to get a rubber cover on eBay, etc. I was already to order the 1/4" size until I stopped myself and went to check the diameter. It certainly wasn't 1/4". It turned out to be 15/32".

I paid about $6.50 for it from an ebay store/marina based in Tampa. Now that I have the part number, it looks like it could be found for less.









The length of the boot is just about right. Seems like a decent quality part.
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Looks real nice. Does clean it up, doesn't it.

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Thanks for sharing that.

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yeah, I figured others would benefit from having the part number. Enjoy!
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These make great sense to me. Thanks for finding and posting. My only thought is that the length of the toggle on mine seems longer than what you're showing. I'll have to measure and I can certainly cut it down if need be.





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Here's what I found for my Ariens with add-on heated grips. You guys had referenced me to get a rubber cover on eBay, etc. I was already to order the 1/4" size until I stopped myself and went to check the diameter. It certainly wasn't 1/4". It turned out to be 15/32".
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Is this cover necessary for the switch on the stock Ariens heated handlebar feature to keep out moisture? Your original switch looks just like mine, and the cover makes for a more professional appearance.

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yeah, I figured others would benefit from having the part number. Enjoy!
I bought these to replace my two switches.....couldn't beat it for $12.59 and free shipping



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My only thought is that the length of the toggle on mine seems longer than what you're showing. I'll have to measure and I can certainly cut it down if need be.
I'd continue looking around for the correct part instead of cutting the toggle arm. There are many options on eBay.

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I bought these to replace my two switches.....couldn't beat it for $12.59 and free shipping
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