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Touring Bracket dimentions

Howsit going guys. So one of the 3 screws on my touring bracket snapped in the t nut so it has rendered the t nut totally unusable. To make matters worse, it is the screw on the right, so when I torque my bracket to the left it bends the bracket up. I'm gonna have to make my own bracket out of something more sturdy so it can withstand the leverage. The only problem is, I am in my dorm in Seattle, and my splitboard is back in my house in Santa Cruz California.


I was wondering if someone could give me the dimensions of the touring bracket. The things that really matter I guess are the locations of the screw holes, the diameter of the screw holes, the distance between the pin holes and diameter of the pin holes. I am going to make one so when I return to California in 3 weeks I can return and shred all the corn snow. Your assistance is greatly appreciated!

-Kyle

P.S. The person that helps me out will get a beer from my fridge. Your choices? Bush Light, Bud Light and Rainier

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That's not something I have had a problem with at all. 10 years of splitting and 240 lbs currently. Yeah, I'm a tubby bitch. Can't you remove the t nut by drilling it out and replace it? Voile should certainly have the parts. Weird one. If you still want to do that stuff, contact Will at Spark R&D, I am pretty sure he'll have the info you need.
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That's not something I have had a problem with at all. 10 years of splitting and 240 lbs currently. Yeah, I'm a tubby bitch. Can't you remove the t nut by drilling it out and replace it? Voile should certainly have the parts. Weird one. If you still want to do that stuff, contact Will at Spark R&D, I am pretty sure he'll have the info you need.
Hmmmm I could drill it out but that would be a bitch and I would have to take my board to get the base sanded again after I filled it and eghghgg. I sent an email to Voile but ill hit up Will too. Thanks!

P.S. This is nothing about weight this was me being a complete total dumbass and not closing the roof racks on my friends car
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