Originally Posted by John J
I can see you would have to drill your 3.6 or 4.1
holes deeper, but is it possible that the plate provides that fudge distance?
I am mounting a pair of Look Pivot P8's on a pair of Dynastar Intuitive 74's with the "bottle" rear plate. The screws are long enough to pass through the plate and well into the ski. this would freeze the rear plate and stress the screws when the ski is flexed.
A pair of Rossi Axial 140 are going on a pair of 02/03 Fischer WC RS with the universal plate. Again I don't want to freeze the plate with extra long screws.
In both cases I dont want excessive lift by adding the Max or "T" plates. The Dynastar has excessive delta and the plate makes it worse. The Fisher is demanding enough without a double stack of lifters and will lose stability if stacked too high.
Noodler, PM me with an offer on the Rossi "T" plate. I'm a little reluctant to let it go
I'll contact Tognar