NOTE: Split Decision TOURING KIT Voile Split Kit Instructions SIMPLE. SOLID. BACKCOUNTRY.
Tip Clips Tip Clip Bushing Tip Clip Rivets Tip Clip Sticker Template Board Hooks Board Hook Bolts Board Hook Nuts Board Hook Bushings Board Scraper 1/8 d Hex Wrench Tool Board Hook Templates Plastic Pin Guides Touring Bracket M6 Round Bottom T-nuts - Touring Bracket M6 x 12mm Screws-Touring Bracket Climbing Pad Climbing Pad Shim Climbing Bar 10/32 d x 1/2 d screws - Climbing Pad 10/32" Round Bottom T-nuts-Climbing Pad 5/8 d Posi Drive Screws for Location Blocks Binding Mount T-nuts Slider Track Annodized Slider Pin w/steel cable lan- yard Regular Stance Pucks Goofy Stance Pucks Regular Stance Puck Template Goofy Stance Puck Template Paper Jig for Touring Bracket Instructions 2 2 4 2 4 8 8 4 1 1 2 2 2 6 6 2 2 2 4 4 16 8 2 2 4 4 2 2 1 1 Tool List Circular Saw with carbide tip blade Drill Bits: 9/64", 3/16", 1/4", 3/4" Wood Bits 3/8" Nut Driver #3 Phillips Head Screwdriver C-clamps Tape Measure Edge File Center Punch Ball Pein Hammer Epoxy Varnish, Varathane or Enamel Paint Parts List Read all instructions completely before you begin. ... more. less.
If you do not feel confident to perform any of the steps contact your local dealer or our web site at www.Voile-USA.com. Snowboard should be a wood-core board.<br><br> Foam-core boards are not suitable for the Touring Binding. CUTTING THE SNOWBOARD A. On the base side, mark midpoint of board along horizontal center of board with a magic marker.<br><br> Place dots every 2-3 inches. B. Using a flexible straight edge, align marked dots to draw a line at the exact center of the board.<br><br> C. Prepare to cut board. D.<br><br> Attach board with clamps off edge of work bench. Cutting the board is similar to cutting a piece of plywood. Be sure to wear safety glasses, as boards are composed of wood, paint, and laminates.<br><br> Watch your fingers, and follow all safety procedures. E. Using a carbide blade circular saw, cut board in half.<br><br> Attach a shop vac to the saw to collect dust. F. Using a flat file and sanding block, sand the exposed edge of board.<br><br> file petex edge at a 45° bevel. Round off the corners of the tip and tail. Seal cut edge well with varnish, varathane, or enamel paint.<br><br> Allow to dry completely before mounting binding. Mark Center of Board Clamp Board to Work Bench File, Sand, Bevel and Seal Edges SIMPLE. SOLID.<br><br> BACKCOUNTRY. A. Measure 1 inch in from contact point of running surface of snowboard.<br><br> B. Make sure board is pulled tightly together (length and width), center hook stickers on board, aligning dotted line with split of board. C.<br><br> Peel backing of one half of sticker and apply to one half of the board tip. Pull boards together tightly and peel backing off and attach other side of sticker to second half of board. Rub down well.<br><br> Repeat for the other sticker. D. Cut center of stickers with razor.<br><br> E. Center punch crosshair marks. Check placement of hooks before drilling.<br><br> F. Drill holes 3/16" G. Flip board over.<br><br> Using countersink bit, drill base as per screwhead size. Screwhead must be flush with base of board. H.<br><br> Thread screw through from the bottom of the board with 1/8" hex wrench, and mount hooks. Put bushing on outside screws. Use 3/8 socket (nut driver) while holding allen key in place.<br><br> Tighten nuts on top of bushings so there is some resistance to keep hooks in position. I. Make sure pivoting hooks are clear of snow before assemling board.<br><br> Pucks won 9t line up if there is ice in hook. It is not necessary to pivot hooks while skinning, but if you choose not to pivot hooks, you must reverse skis while skinning. J.<br><br> Scraper 3 Use tool to remove ice and snow build up on tip and tail hooks, tip and tail latch, bindings snowboard base and climbing skins. A. Determine balance point of board.<br><br> B. Align and tape templates so the pivot point of the touring bracket is just ahead of balance point of the board. Center punch drill locations.<br><br> C. To get a good solid mount on the touring bracket we recomend using the 6 M6 x12mm screws and M6 T-nuts supplied. Locate the bracket, drill a 1/4" pilot hole, (front hole first) follow with a 3/4" wood bit on the bottom of the board to counter sink the T-nuts.<br><br> D. Put plastic pin guide under bracket. E.<br><br> Tighten screws using blue lock-tight. Center of hooks 1 inch in from Contact Point Contact Point Center of hooks 1 inch in from Contact Point Contact Point Make sure the tip and tail radius will not interfere with the hooks when the hooks are pivoted. Put bushing on outside screw Mount hooks on tail first.<br><br> Align dotted line with split of board. Use 3/4" wood drill bit to counter sink T-nut. Determine balance point of board and scribe line MOUNTING PIVOTING HOOKS MOUNTING TOURING BRACKET Split Decision TOURING KIT VOILE EQUIPMENT " WWW.VOILE-USA.COM " 801-973-8622 CLIMBING BAR MOUNTING NYLON TRACK LOCATION BLOCKS MOUNTING BINDINGS A.<br><br> Put climbing bar under climbing block. Place block and bar on shim. Tab on shim should face toward tip of board.<br><br> B. Climbing bar should flip down towards the nose of the board. C.<br><br> Locate climbing pad and follow same drill & mount procedure as Touring Bracket using 4 10/32 dx1/2 d screws and 10/32 d T-nuts. REGULAR TOE FRONT OF BOARD 0Ú 15Ú 30Ú 45Ú A. Use lock tight on T-nuts when mounting bindings onto slider track.<br><br> B. Binding mounting screws may need to be shortened so they do not interfere with Nylon Blocks. C.Binding Mount 4 Some bindings could cause slider tracks to bend.<br><br> Check diagram for proper application. D.Girth-hitch pin to binding. E.<br><br> If pin springs become loose or bent, slightly bend them back to position. Slider Track Climbing Bar Climbing Block Make sure the sides of the two blocks are parallel and the track slides easily. Incorrect Correct Bend spring back Girth-hitch A.<br><br> Using your old board stance as a guide, determine the center of the stance. Mark the stance width and angles. Note: Stance should not be closer than 18 inches and back foot can not be greater than 25 degrees.<br><br> If these guidelines are not followed, nylon blocks will interfere with touring brackets. Make sure slider tracks will slide on before drilling. B.<br><br> Make sure hooks are tight before putting stickers on. Place stickers on board, pressing one side down while pulling the board tightly together as you did with hook stickers. Carefully attach stickers avoiding any wrinkles.<br><br> C.Cut stickers down the center. D.Center punch crosshairs marks. E.<br><br> Drill holes with 9/64" (.140) bit. Drill hole approx. 1/4" deep and DO NOT drill through board.<br><br> F. Use a #3 Phillips Posi Driver for screws. G.Check screw length.<br><br> Use epoxy. Make sure the sides of the two blocks are parallel. Screw pads down.<br><br> R Note: Cants and longer screws for the nylon blocks are available from Voilé. A. Line up lower hooks.<br><br> B. Line up upper hooks C. Push Down Read This The Voile splitboard is a high performance special terrian snow- board constructed to withstand the most demanding, extreme conditions and is fully warrantied against defects in materials and workmanship.<br><br> However, if the snowboard is mounted improperly or is abused through poor technique, poor judgment or improper terrian selection, warranty claim will be subject to review and pos- sible rejection. Warning Backcountry snowboarding is an inherently dangerous sport in which there is always the possibility of bodily injury and death. The manufacturer, distributor, wholesaler, and retailer hereby expressly disclaim any liability for personal injuries sustained by use or mis-use of this product.<br><br> The user of this product is per- sonally responsible for learning proper skiing/snowboarding tech- niques, avalanche awareness, and exercising good judgment. VOILE EQUIPMENT " WWW.VOILE-USA.COM " 801-973-8622 Split Decision TOURING KIT A. Clip should be located flush with the tip of the board.<br><br> B. Position Tip Clip mounting sticker on board and center punch cross hairs. C.Drill holes using 3/16" drill.<br><br> It may be necessary to countersink holes from the bottom of the board if rivets are not long enough to flare over. D.Install rivet and bushing from top of board on slotted side of tip clip. E.<br><br> Using a ball pein hammer and/or the tapered end of slider pin carefully flare rivet from bottom side of board. F. Install rivet & clip in remaining hole and flare the rivet.<br><br> G.Voilé includes an extra hook for twin tip style boards. Rivets Bushing Flush A. Climbing skins should not exceed length of the running surface of the board.<br><br> B. If length is exceeded, shorten to proper length by cutting with razor blade or scissors. C.Use your toe for assembly and disassembly of board.<br><br> D. Climbing Skins 4 Fold in half for storage to keep from contaminating glue. While snowboarding, keep skins inside coat to keep glue tacky.<br><br> Use your hip to hold ski in place to stretch skin taut while applying skin to ski. Smooth down firmly, align skin closer to the inside edge on wider boards. E.<br><br> Voilé recommends the straight edge on the inside for the most efficient skinning. Always rotate the interlocking hooks clear of the edge of the board half. Tail Tip Skin should not exceed this point Best for touring TIP CLIP MOUNT CLIMBING SKIN LENGTH AND USE TIP<br><br>