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Fuji K
Posted by: Steven Corvin (---)
Date: January 12, 2021 09:40AM

We have been building all of our freshwater bass rods on Fuji concept and CRB lazer guides. What differences would we notice when building on the Fuji K fame guides?

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Re: Fuji K
Posted by: Robert Drabik (---.ostnet.pl)
Date: January 12, 2021 10:01AM

There will be no big differences. The significant difference is that FUJI K has an anti-tangle frame.
The slightly larger differences are in the use of the FUJI KR system.

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Re: Fuji K
Posted by: Norman Miller (---.lightspeed.jcsnms.sbcglobal.net)
Date: January 12, 2021 12:30PM

Don’t know if you are talking spinning or casting rods. For casting, not a lot of difference. For spinning, the Fuji KL frame guides are intended for use in a new guide concept rod, and thus would be used just like any other NGC guides, with the added benefit of a tangle free frame. On the other hand, the Fuji KL-H guides are intended for use in a KR concept. The KR concept was designed for braided line and employs small ring high frame transition guides which are grouped according their size. These transition guides rapidly and effectively choke the line to flow smoothly through small micro guide runners. For a given frame height the KL- H guides have a smaller ring. Thus, the KL-H transition guides would weigh less than NGC guides with similar heights. In addition, the KR concept routinely uses three transition guides, rather than the four that are regularly used in NGC, again saving weight. Finally, the use of micro guide runners further reduces weight in the tip section. Prior to the KR concept I built a lot of rods using the NGC, once I started using the KR concept I never looked back. In my opinion, derived from both testing and fishing, the KR concept results in a lighter, more responsive and better performing rod. The only way to know for sure, is to try it for yourself, and form your own opinion.
Norm

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Re: Fuji K
Posted by: Michal Rozycki (---.neoplus.adsl.tpnet.pl)
Date: January 13, 2021 01:42AM

Another important difference is availability. Availability of Fuji Y and L frame guides in various finishes and with various ceramic rings is pretty limited, while Fuji K are available in steel and titanium frames, with all the ceramic ring inserts bar basic aluminium oxide. This is also a valid point to consider ...

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Re: Fuji K
Posted by: Lynn Behler (---.44.66.72.res-cmts.leh.ptd.net)
Date: January 13, 2021 07:34PM


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