Joined: Sun Nov 09, 2008 5:34 pm Posts: 13 Location: Maine, Northern Vermont, Park City Utah.
The super simplicity of that set up would make it insanely awesome to build. But I think I'd try to find something that would be less of a hassle than those binding disks to hold the board together (chinese hooks might not provide enough strength here). I guess the downfall is that there are more pieces to lose (the binding disks and screws) when going from touring to boarding and visa-versa. But whatever, that's what ziplock bags are for
And I'm not completely sold on the durability/ride-ability of how it will stand up to a season of bc shredding due to the way the bindings are mounted. It just doesn't seem like there is enough integrity there for ripping serious turns in anything but fluff. But I suppose those 8 other screws with the binding disks help keep it together.
It almost makes me regret spending so much money on the voile kit, when I have the parts to make this one in my basement... hahaha. Maybe I'll build another one, super budget style
Hey all, Im the one that built the door hinge split board, A shred friend said that there was a link to my post on snowboard montana, so I figured I would sign up incase any one had questions, or comments, haha, about the design and didnt want to log in to the other site. So far super inpressed with everything, really sturdy, had it out about a half dozen times, and with a couple modifications here and there the next one would be super efficient for a few more buck. So if anyone has questions let me know, Also have a more detailed description on the snowboard montana site. Nice to meet you all,