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What do XTrig triple clamps do?

What do XTrig triple clamps do?

The XTrig Revolutionary Opposed Clamping System (ROCS) was designed to clamp the upper fork tubes from opposite directions which holds the tubes more evenly and secure. This design reduces inner tube distortion and allows the fork to flex naturally.

Do XTrig clamps make a difference?

The way they clamp the bar allows for a noticeable amount of vibration dampening and the bike is super comfortable to ride. “All in all I am really happy with and impressed by the Xtrig ROCS Pro clamp; they make my bike work better and more comfortable, too.”

Do triple clamps make a difference?

In the end, riders find that clamps with reduced offset steer better, because altogether it gives the bike a more stable feel—but with easier steering and with a front tire that stays more planted.

What do aftermarket triple clamps do?

Most after market triple clamps for the CRF450 change the fork angle, making it a little steeper to give quicker cornering. Most aftermarket triple clamps for the CRF450 change the fork OFFSET, not rake. Changing offset does not steepen the fork angle, it among other things, changes trail.

What is triple clamp offset?

Offset: The triple clamp-offset is the distance of the horizontal center line of both fork tubes to the center of the steering axis, about which the fork legs are offset from the steering axis (referred to as dimensionX). The offset set can be seen at a glance by the marking on the triple clamp.

Why is it called triple clamp?

The triple clamp provides a very rigid and strong system to hold fork legs. It can found on downhill race bikes, freeride bikes, and some “enduro” bikes (Figure 1). The “triple clamp” name refers to clamping the fork legs at three points (Figure 2).

Are dirt bike triple clamps Universal?

Universal Engineering Recalls Clamps for Motocross Motorcycles Due to Fork Separation Hazard. Name of Product: Radius Triple Clamps sold for use with Motocross Motorcycles. Universal Engineering will not be issuing replacement clamps.

What is the yoke on a motorcycle?

A motorcycle fork connects a motorcycle’s front wheel and axle to its frame, typically via a yoke, also known as a triple clamp, which consists of an upper yoke joined to a lower yoke via a steering stem, a shaft that runs through the steering head, creating the steering axis.

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