This is no biggy, just curious. Today I torqued my new handlebars to specs. When I first started I noticed the tree to bolt ground wire connector was turning with the bolt. I tried holding with a wood dowel but it kept coming. So I removed the bolt and added a smooth washer top and bottom of the wire connector ring, tried to torque it again, but it kept turning. So I just torqued it up. Afterwards I look down at it and the wire had stretched and the riser bolt end of the wire connector had suffered failure and ripped apart. Well I don't really think I need the thing (do I ? ) since I don't have any metal grip lites or whatever that ground to the bars (instead of a wire). But being the way I am I get a new wire clip (had to go to Ace to get one big enough for a 3/4 riser bolt) and I just cut the old failed clip off and then I crimp on an extra 3 inches of wire to go along with the new clip. I put it all on and retorque the bars. Everything is cool but the extra wire was needed since it kept turning all the way aroun to the front. So for the few of you that didn't get bored on the first paragraph, have you ever had this happen also ?