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NRS Frame Seat Bar with LoPro's

Item: 90030.02 | Product Description »

$110.00

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The standard seat bar gives you a bird's eye view. Comes with LoPro fittings, u-bolts, washer and nuts. The aluminum seat plate is welded to the frame pipe for structural integrity. The seat plate has bolt hole patterns for both the Padded Drain-Hole Seats (7.5"W x 7"L) and the Angler Swivel Seat (5.25"L x 5.25"W).
  • Widths: 48" - 82"
  • The heart of the NRS frame system, the LoPro™ Fitting, just went high tech! Now made in drop-forged aluminum alloy; it's stronger and 25% lighter. Better product, same price... NRS innovation.

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Weight: 60" is 8 lbs.
Material: 1-5/8" 6061-T6 Anodized Aluminum Frame Pipe
Components:
  • 1 - Seat Bar
  • 2 - LoPro Fittings
  • 2 - U-bolts with nuts and washers

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  • NRS Frame Seat Bar with LoPro's

    Q:

    Is the 60" the measurement of the cut bar length or the center to center distance that the side rails will be?
    Asked on 6/6/2014 by J

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The measurement is center-to-center of the side rails.

      Answered on 6/6/2014 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The measure is from center to center of your side rails.

      Answered on 6/6/2014 by Anonymous
  • NRS Frame Seat Bar with LoPro's

    Q:

    Does this seat bar have a "Front" as shown in the picture of the underside because the plate is slid either fore or aft, or because the plate has a forward tilt for rowing posture?
    Asked on 2/8/2014 by Mark the inquisitive from CA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The welded plate is slightly tilted forward, an angle that we find best for the rower.

      Answered on 2/8/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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