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  • #570486
    sluffer
    30 Posts

    I just mounted my new burton 68 with voile hardware. Eveything went on nice except the climbing bracket. It can’t be tightened down, so there is quite a bit of movement. I will either throw a washer on top or maybe a gasket on the base of the bracket to shim things up. Has anyone else had this problem?

    #609068
    Monk151
    185 Posts

    hey sluffer

    I’ve had that problem – instead of having washers on top of your touring bracket, you could also shave the screws down to the length you need (grinder/grinding disc)…. And you do have the plastic gasket/pin guide under the metal touring bracket, right?

    #609069
    sluffer
    30 Posts

    hey monk151, thanks for responding to my post. yup…the pin guide is in place. i think you’re right about the screw length. alot cleaner than washers on top of the bracket. i will probably go pick up some 10mm screws. as the voile kit comes with 12mm. i wonder if all the burton splits come this way.

    #609070
    InTheMountains
    216 Posts

    @sluffer wrote:

    hey monk151, thanks for responding to my post. yup…the pin guide is in place. i think you’re right about the screw length. alot cleaner than washers on top of the bracket. i will probably go pick up some 10mm screws. as the voile kit comes with 12mm. i wonder if all the burton splits come this way.

    mine was doin’ the same thing…I just filed the tip off the screws and everything’s copacetic.

    #609071
    ausplit
    53 Posts

    I had the same problem,i went and bought 10mm screws and used medium strength loctite on the threads.They haven’t come loose. :thumpsup:

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