With the reformulation of Fuji's Aluminum Oxide ring, the popular "Y" frame became an immediate candidate for deep pressing. This modification moves one of Fuji's top selections into the "true concept guide" category and adds the strength and durability that is legendary in so many concept frames. Available in a wide variety of sizes and frame options the "Y" frame lives on as the "LY"!
|Size||Guide Train||Recommended Use|
|257||(1x) LY #25 • (1x) LY #16 • (1x) LY #10 • (1x) LY #8 • (3x) L #6||Spinning up to 7'|
|309||(1x) LY #30 • (1x) LY #16 • (1x) LY #10 • (1x) LY #8 • (2x) L #7 • (3x) L #6||Spinning up to 8'6"|
Fuji Corrosion Control®
An Economical Solution to Longer Lasting Guide Trains
Fuji’s introduction of it’s proprietary Corrosion Control™ treatment marks a turning point in the evolution of low maintenance stainless guide frames. In tests carried out by an independent automotive corrosion testing facility in Japan, CC (Corrosion Control Matte Silver), BC (Corrosion Control Matte Grey) and new GM (Gunmetal Corrosion Control) frames outperformed all competitive stainless frames, including 316 Stainless, with Corrosion Control Frames showing no corrosion for 5 times longer than standard stainless steel.
These things cast super smooth they’re very durable and easy to wrap once you file it down a little. They are a thicker footed guide which makes durability great. I’m very pleased with them
95% of the time I use Fuji guides, mostly the Alconite guides. In the 3 years I’ve been using them I never had any issues with them. I used the LZR guides witch are good also most of the people that I build for are familiar with Fuji.