Nuke Proof Warhead Stem

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Cold-forged from high-grade 6061 aluminium for optimum strength and featuring extensive CNC machining to shave off excess material, the Nukeproof Warhead stem is built to tackle the gnarliest of DH trails while staying light enough for all-round riding. We have redesigned the four-bolt faceplate system to shave some weight whilst retaining strength to offer maximum security against bar slippage. The Warhead also features a knee-friendly steerer clamp design no protruding edges mean less chance of injury, while micro-fluting helps to dissipate stress loads for additional strength and security. Featuring a 31.8mm clamp size with 5-degree rise, the Warhead is available in a choice of lengths (50mm, 60mm, 70mm) and three colour options; Black Anodized, Silver Anodized and Nukeproof Yellow. Nukeproof Warhead Stem Features: Cold-forged for optimum strength Extensively CNC-machined to reduce weight Micro-fluting helps dissipate stress loads Knee-friendly steerer clamp design Opp

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