Will NRS Carbon rockers fit a NRS1 Alum. frame?
And if so, would I be better off trying to get them from a Giant dealer, or hope that someone here or elsewhere online has a carbon NRS and replaced their rocker arms with SGF arms and has the carbon ones for sale?
Just another attempt to shave a little weight
Don't do anything I wouldn't do if I weren't in your shoes.
can't see why not. i'm not aware that the bearings, bolts or shock attachment are any different. however, i've not tried, so can't be 100% sure.
- Giant NRS Composite - Giant XTC2 - Giant TCRCzero - Giant OCR1 -
[size=1]- nothing stock here - move right along now -
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I really highly doubt you would save much weight (if any). Save up for more important things unless you can get em for like, under 10$. Just not practical... carbon rockers on an aluminum frame?
One of my friends recently died of a coke overdose and it really got me thinking, "damn, maybe I should start drinking pepsi"
NRS Air 04 small carbon frame for sale $799.00
I have an excellent condition '04 NRS AIR small carbon frame for sale for $799, never been race and never been on rain. My physical size falls under extrasmall and got one now customized for my fit.
I'm wondering about the weight saving's myself.
Originally Posted by en are es
(early) stock aluminum rockers = 173 grams/pair, with bearings
SGF Components rockers = 214 grams/pair, with bearings
Anyone have a pair of carbon rockers they can weigh (or have weighed already?) so we can know for sure?
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enjoy the view
hope you guys would'nt mind posting weight results in the nrs pics posts. thanks in advance.
Originally Posted by AndrewTO
Yeah, carbon, pls?!?