this thread is radical. Love it
here are some pics of latest build:https://www.dropbox.com/s/iez4wr28zixh6ra/IMG_0459.JPG?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/f25jy1dzo465c9w/IMG_0521.JPG?dl=0
ready to travelhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/zlrjsbove97796l/IMG_0843.JPG?dl=0
ready to surfhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/kh9u4zi1xpnvoyr/IMG_0858.JPG?dl=0
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Sell me an exospilt system.
I can make my own system but it's a PITA. If you can provide a system already built, with the end of split of th eboard terminated with rubber and everything ready to go that would be something I'd like to buy for my boards
Andi, Ich liebe es.
I've built a few of these myself and am always intrigued with the ingenuity of others. Thanks so much for posting.
With my split boards, I have used nuts and bolts to secure and tighten the joint. How do you draw up the two pieces together with your carbon straps? I noticed also on your IG shortboard video that you did not split the board in the middle. Very smart. So you notice much movement between the two pieces on a longboard?
All the best
Personally I'm always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught. - Winston Churchill
@jago25_98: I don't have any parts on stock at the moment. But I'm planning do build some new parts until end of September. Please write me a pm for further details.
@greg: thank you for your compliments!
There is not much movement between the pieces and there is not much distortion in flex.
A friend (the one from the Eisbach video on IG) tried the parts now in larger indo-waves and was very happy. But only until the carbon bones crashed in a heavy wipeout. I think that had two reasons:
- the screws slightly unscrewed themselves and the joiners are not hold in the pockets hard enough
- due to simplify the building process I used just straight roving and did not wrap the roving around the screw-hole anymore. Bad idea...
AndiHL wrote:" But only until the carbon bones crashed in a heavy wipeout."
That's a feature! Boards will snap in a heavy wipeout, but this board can be put together again with a few spares from the board bag!
Built-in 'Sollbruchstelle". Brilliant!