Forums Bindings Mounting Voile slider plates to a Solid board
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  • #579858
    _ZakMills
    72 Posts

    I have recently made the transition to hard boots and have no desire to continue to use my soft boots and bindings at the resort. I’m waiting till next season to upgrade my hardboot setup but am currently using the voile bails on a slider plate. Does anyone know of a way to mount this to a solid? Is it possible to just rig the pucks on a solid so the plate will slide on?

    #676043
    firstlight
    721 Posts


    Works for all voile compatible bindings
    http://www.firstlightsnowboards.com.au/kits-and-spare-parts.html

    Cheers

    Adam West

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    #676044
    _ZakMills
    72 Posts

    Sorry firstlight but I am a little confused. Which product would I be using to mount a voile slider plate onto a solid board? I need to be able to mount to both the burton 3 hole pattern and the standard 4 hole pattern.

    #676045
    BobGnarly
    220 Posts

    See the green pucks on the black board? Thats what you need

    #676046
    Splitinbend
    242 Posts

    Get a prowder mounting set.

    #676047
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    Earnyourturn

    some plates here

    Go to the web link I sent you and scroll down to this

    Cheers

    Adam West

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    #676048
    _ZakMills
    72 Posts

    gotcha, so am I understanding correctly that I would need two sets of those green plates? One for 3 hole one for 4 hole? It appears that you have to drill your own holes in the plates to match the angles. Am I wrong?

    #676049
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    Earnyourturn

    You have to drill your own holes. you can use the disc from a binding as a template or guide.
    To make a 3D(burton) and 4 x 4 you probably want two sets.
    Have a look at a std binding disc, the 3D and 4 x 4 hole are close but slightly different on 2 of the 3(for the 3D)
    See this pic with the 2 hole which are slightly elongated.

    As you can see here you can make a 3D and ICS on the same puck.

    I am unsure if the “Prowder” or “One binding” pucks will do all three.

    I also have the option of 0, 2.5 and 5 degree cant too.

    I use these when traveling and go with 2.5 on all my boards.
    Good luck

    Adam West

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    www.firstlightsnowboards.com.au
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