Post subject: Re: No pucks, locking splitboard plate binding
Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 3:34 pm
Joined: Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:22 am Posts: 252 Location: The Kootenays
Treepilot, I run a 26.5 boot but its actually easier to build these with larger boot sizes. Threw this together yesterday as i had a bit of time and still working on a few things to get adjustment so its still in the process. The one drawback is that one size wont fit all and can only be made as a custom plate.
I ride a 26.5 as well...as you've already got the measurements...I'd be up for a pair. The rest of them can drill their own holes ( ha ha...jk ). But I'm still up for a pair.
on a more serious note...the bracket that holds the front bail could be built eccentrically to give you multiple sizes for minor adjustment...and you just mount the bracket in the appropriate holes on the slider plate for major adjustments. Or am I missing something? gary
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