Forums Splitboard Talk Forum what are you canting your bindings with hardbooters?
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    christoph benells
    717 Posts

    what are you canting your bindings with hardbooters?

    what degrees do you cant to?

    #652770
    buell
    534 Posts

    I use the toe and heel blocks of the F2 Race Titanium binding on a Voile slider. I am able to use the cant and lift system from the original binding. Currently I still have a supply of the older 5.5mil bails. Now the F2 Race Titanium comes with 5.9mil.

    I am not positive of the amount that I cant, but it is the smallest amount possible using the stock wedges. I have slight inward cant on both the front and back foot.

    #652771
    christoph benells
    717 Posts

    what about with voile mountain plates or burton race plate mod?

    #652772
    barrows
    1490 Posts

    I use 2.5 degree cant wedges from tognar tools with the RacePlate mod bindings. This makes the TLT5 boot shafts neutral when clipped in, as they have built in cant for skiing (which helps them split ski a little better).
    Sognar’s thread on the RacePlate bindings shows these cants (in the binding forum).

    #652773
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    christoph
    I’m running 5 on the rear foot.
    Play with the front now, will tell later in our season.

    Cheers

    Adam West

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    #652774
    ale_capone
    864 Posts

    I use cut up pieces of voile gasket. Double stacked in the way back. Triple double up front.

    #652775
    christoph benells
    717 Posts

    @firstlight wrote:

    christoph
    I’m running 5 on the rear foot.
    Play with the front now, will tell later in our season.

    Cheers

    you make the canted pucks right?
    any chance you make those in 2 or three degree cant?

    @ale_capone wrote:

    I use cut up pieces of voile gasket. Double stacked in the way back. Triple double up front.

    i thought about using rubber to dampen the ride a bit…was thinking old pieces of tire filed down to the right angle…

    #652776
    Zak
    74 Posts

    I used these plastic shims http://www.acehardware.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2720228&kw=shims&origkw=shims&searchId=55010543964 from Ace to shim my Burton race plates on Voile sliders. Just trimmed to fit and drilled some holes. Easy.

    #652777
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    christoph
    I was just doing 5 degrees to start with.
    I have had people asking for other angles.
    I was going to do 2.5 degrees on the next run.

    Cheers

    Adam West

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