NRS Alley Cat Frame - 66"W x 88"L
Item: 92050.02 | Product Description »
- You can carry a cooler or a dry box, either of which can serve as a seat for a passenger.
- The completely adjustable and adaptable NRS frame system lets you rearrange pieces to suit your needs.
- Place the cooler/dry box in the front or back of the frame. Brace your feet against the yoke, or use the foot bar if you don't have a passenger.
- There is 31" of space between the lower side rails.
- The heart of the NRS frame system, the LoPro™ Fitting allows complete adjustability for all frame parts. Now made in stronger, lighter hot-forged aluminum alloy.
- NRS Oar Mounts are lighter, sleeker and stronger than ever with hot-forged aluminum alloy construction and a nylon insert to reduce rowing friction.
- Frame includes: Four Side Rails, two 66" Yokes, Foot Bar, Seat Bar, one Cross Bar, set of Adjustable Cooler Mounts, High-Back Drain-Hole Seat and pair of 6" Oar Mounts.
|Frame Type:||Cataraft Frames|
|Dimensions:||66" W x 88" L|
|Material:||Modular Anodized Aluminum Frame|
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- NRS Alley Cat Frame - 66"W x 88"L
Q:How do I know where to mount oar locks to side bars? What distance?Asked on 4/30/2014 by Bluanne from Colorado
A:That is somewhat a matter of personal preference and body size. Most folks find if they sit firmly in the seat, put their arms down at their sides, forearms extended out 90 degrees, they'll want the oar mounts there, or slightly forward. Usually that's 12"-14" from the center of the seat bar. Start there and adjust forward or back until you find your personal sweet spot. Take your ratchet and 1/2" socket along with you and experiment. That fine tune adjustability is one of the great things about the NRS frame system! Enjoy.Answered on 5/1/2014 by Clyde from NRS