Nuke Proof Zero Stem

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When we wanted to design a stem specifically for the demands of 4X racing, we did what anyone would we asked the experts. Based on input and insights from Team CRC/Nukeproof elite 4X riders Lukas and Michael Mechura we designed the Nukeproof Zero stem a zero-rise, zero-nonsense unit designed to be both lightweight and incredibly stiff to prevent lateral flex. Precision CNC-machined from high-grade 7-series aluminium, the Zero retains strength in high-stress areas and sheds excess grams where possible. The Zero 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. Available in 31.8mm and 35mm bar clamp sizes the Zero features a one-piece four-bolt front clamp for maximum stiffness and security against bar slippage, the Zero is versatile enough for multi-discipline use from 4X racing and Dirt Jump to All Mountain riding, Slopestyle or even DH. Nuk

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