NRS Frame Foot Bar With LoPros

NRS Frame Foot Bar With LoPros
NRS Frame Foot Bar With LoPros
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Frame Foot Bar With LoPros by NRS
When conditions get a little spicy, you'll appreciate the extra stability of the NRS Frame Foot Bar With Lopros. The aluminum construction is extremely sturdy without weighing you down, and the bar comes with LoPro fittings so you can easily customize your frame.

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SKU: NRS009U
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