Why would you want a left hand one?
Thanks for the tip :clap:Little tip: If you find your hand slides off the plastic too easily, go to your local skate shop and ask for a scrap of grip tape (looks like sand paper with adhesive on back). Cut a small piece to fit on the back where your palm rests and this will keep you from sliding off.
:huh: I have been riding with them every ride for over 5 years. Never had a bit of issue with throttle control.Word of warning. Remove for twisties. I've seen what happens when folks don't & they forget about the rocker. JCIII
+1 The problem in the twisties is in the right handers when pushing on right grip countersteering you may gas it unexpectedly when you least expect it. Like Firerider I remove mine when I plan on riding the twisties.Word of warning. Remove for twisties. I've seen what happens when folks don't & they forget about the rocker.
I use a kuryakyn strapped on type rocker on both sides. It supports your hands and makes trips a little easier. You can just lay your hand on the grips while you're rolling down the interstate. I'm planning on kuryakyn iso grips and the fancy bolt-in rockers as soon as Dennis Kirk gets the black colored ones in.throttle rockers are great been using them for a long time... you don't need one on the left... unless your left wrist is getting tired...