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  1. #1 Spruce Powder Plates FS 
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    I have a pair of powder plates for sale. Any 4 X 4 or 4 X 10 skiboards can be set back with these. You guys with older Spliffs, DLPs and Sherpas should be able to use these. $35 shipped.
    Now: 08 Sherpa's (2), Atomic 120's, 2013 125 Protos, 125 LEs, 2014 Sherpas, Osprey protos, 2015 Blunt XL's, 2016 Ospreys, Ethan Too twintip skis,2017 Shredfest One of kind Spliffs, 2018 Crossbows
    Bindings: Spruce Risers and Tyrolia LD12's
    Boots: Full Tilt Booters, Tecnica Agent 110
    History: Atomic shorty's, Sporten, Groove Taxis, Head 94's, ALPs, Spruce 120 Blue boards, Custom Lacroixs, Rocker Condors, 08 Summit 110's, Hagan offlimits 133's, Rossi 130's, 2011 Summit Marauders
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    This is something Iíve never heard of , but Iím interested .
    Do you have a picture ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom91381 View Post
    This is something Iíve never heard of , but Iím interested .
    Do you have a picture ?
    I was about to ask the same question.
    Spruce 120's (we'll see how this goes)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukuvox View Post
    I was about to ask the same question.
    Send me an email to wendelljeong@sbcglobal.net and I'll send a photo. The plate was made by Jeff Singer before the day of rear inserts. It's designed to allow setbacks on a spruce riser.
    Now: 08 Sherpa's (2), Atomic 120's, 2013 125 Protos, 125 LEs, 2014 Sherpas, Osprey protos, 2015 Blunt XL's, 2016 Ospreys, Ethan Too twintip skis,2017 Shredfest One of kind Spliffs, 2018 Crossbows
    Bindings: Spruce Risers and Tyrolia LD12's
    Boots: Full Tilt Booters, Tecnica Agent 110
    History: Atomic shorty's, Sporten, Groove Taxis, Head 94's, ALPs, Spruce 120 Blue boards, Custom Lacroixs, Rocker Condors, 08 Summit 110's, Hagan offlimits 133's, Rossi 130's, 2011 Summit Marauders
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  5. #5 Spruce Powder Plates FS 
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    This is what they look like, you can use the countersunk holes to attach to the 4x4. There seems to be tapped holes you then attach you bindings or risers to



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    They work well and are good buy.


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    Osprey, Sherpa, Custom Coda 120WT, Custom DS110, Condor (Green), Spliff

    Custom Twist Out duck foot bindings, Bombers (custom duck foot base plate and 3 pads), releasable S810ti on custom duck foot riser

    Nordica N3 NXT ski boots (best so far)


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    Loaners: 125LE, 105 EMP, 101 KTP, 100 Blunt XL, 98 Slapdash, 88 Blunts
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    Quote Originally Posted by slow View Post
    They work well and are good buy.


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    sold!
    Now: 08 Sherpa's (2), Atomic 120's, 2013 125 Protos, 125 LEs, 2014 Sherpas, Osprey protos, 2015 Blunt XL's, 2016 Ospreys, Ethan Too twintip skis,2017 Shredfest One of kind Spliffs, 2018 Crossbows
    Bindings: Spruce Risers and Tyrolia LD12's
    Boots: Full Tilt Booters, Tecnica Agent 110
    History: Atomic shorty's, Sporten, Groove Taxis, Head 94's, ALPs, Spruce 120 Blue boards, Custom Lacroixs, Rocker Condors, 08 Summit 110's, Hagan offlimits 133's, Rossi 130's, 2011 Summit Marauders
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    Hey All, I was looking through my closets and found 2 pair of these setback plates. I donít need them as the boards I ride have setback already. If anyone feels less me they missed out on these PM me and Iíll send them out 25.00 for each shipped.


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    64 CM Bigfoots
    88 CM Blunts
    94 CM Head Big Easy (Friend loaners)
    100 CM '15 Blunt XL 2 pair
    110 CM Rockered Condors
    125 Spruce LE's
    130 CM Spruce Osprey
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    Will they work with a 40◊40mm setup, say if I wanted to set back some non-release bindings on them?

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    RVL8 Yin/Yang Blunts, Spruce Sherpas (x2) & Ospreys, Coda custom Yetis v1 140
    Spruce Pro Primes w/Attack 13's (x 4), Bomber Elite 1
    Other boards I'm trying:
    Summit Custom Carbon 110, Dynastar Twin 85, Coda custom Yetis v2 145
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    Iím not sure about that.Jack , Wendall,or someone else will have to chime in on that as I only used them with my release bindings on Sherpas and 120ís.


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    130 CM Spruce Osprey
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAN View Post
    Iím not sure about that.Jack , Wendall,or someone else will have to chime in on that as I only used them with my release bindings on Sherpas and 120ís.


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    they are designed to use a spruce riser. You can set back a 40 x40 board, but your non-release binding won't work with it.
    Now: 08 Sherpa's (2), Atomic 120's, 2013 125 Protos, 125 LEs, 2014 Sherpas, Osprey protos, 2015 Blunt XL's, 2016 Ospreys, Ethan Too twintip skis,2017 Shredfest One of kind Spliffs, 2018 Crossbows
    Bindings: Spruce Risers and Tyrolia LD12's
    Boots: Full Tilt Booters, Tecnica Agent 110
    History: Atomic shorty's, Sporten, Groove Taxis, Head 94's, ALPs, Spruce 120 Blue boards, Custom Lacroixs, Rocker Condors, 08 Summit 110's, Hagan offlimits 133's, Rossi 130's, 2011 Summit Marauders
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAN View Post
    Hey All, I was looking through my closets and found 2 pair of these setback plates. I donít need them as the boards I ride have setback already. If anyone feels less me they missed out on these PM me and Iíll send them out 25.00 for each shipped.
    I'm looking for a pair to use w/ Spruce 120s w/ risers.

    Do you still have a pair available? (Or anyone else for that matter...)

    Thanks!
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