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Voile Splitboard Hardware Puck Set

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    Get on your way to exploring what lies beyond the resort by outfitting your splitboard with the Voile Splitboard Hardware Puck Set. It includes everything you need to mount traditional bindings on a splitboard in riding mode.
    • Includes:
    • Four pucks
    • Four puck gaskets
    • Two in-line slot discs
    • Two parallel slot discs
    • Eight M6 x 10.7mm truss-head screws
    • Alignment guide
    • Item #VOL001E

    Tech Specs

    Compatibility
    4-hole
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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      These pucks work, but are a pain in the butt to install. After you finally get them installed everything has to be PERFECT for them to work, and never flawlessly till you use them a enough to shave off enough plastic for the binding to slide easily. If you can afford the Spark r+d pucks I would highly recommend them over these, with superior installation, better hardware (made with metal Instead of plastic), fast and easy to adjust as well. That being said tho if you're on a budget, these get the job done.

      Works well with Spark R&D bindings

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These, once set up properly, are a dream with my Spark R&D Afterburner bindings. It takes me a quarter of the time to transition my board than some friends.

      The difficulty lies in set up. The directions were not as detailed as I would have hoped, and I had issues getting the alignment right (had to switch A&B around a few times to get my angles right), but I got it all going and have even adjusted once, no problem. Everything holds securely and allows for a good ride.

      Works well with Spark R&D bindings

      Gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These pucks work well with Voile bindings, but the installation definitely takes some patience and a bit of trial and error. The rubber gaskets are not the easiest to attach to the bottom of the pucks. And make sure to get Locktite glue for the screws! No one wants loose bindings.

      It gets the job done

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The installation of the puck system is pretty easy and it comes with a template to help you line up and and get the angels right on your pucks. I don't like the rubber gaskets that go under them. Its hard to get them to stick in the wholes that are under the pucks. Otherwise the system is easy to use if you have the Light Rail split board bindings. the just slip over the pucks and lock into [lace.

      Voile Dominates with Pucks

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you've got questions about these pucks, other Voile splitboard hardware or any other snowboarding/splitboarding gear, definitely contact me with your questions.

      Voile has done a great job with the canted and regular pucks.

      I've used these along with my Voile Light Rail bindings and will continue using them with my Spark R&D bindings on my hardboot set up.

      If you've got any questions about with hardware kit or what parts you need for your split set up, let me know. I'd love to help you get all the parts for your split set up.

      Jared D.
      Expert Gearhead
      801.736.4336
      jdowns@backcountry.com

      Hey Jared,

      I'm getting into splitboarding for the first time. I have a Jones Solution board and need to get everything else that I need. It doesn't have pucs or anything. What will I need to purchase? For the price it's seems like Voile Lightrails are the way to go. Will I actually be able to tell a different between those and the Karakoram bindings? What are the benefits and downfalls?

      Are these DIY compatible and will they work with spark arc bindings?

      Nathan,



      These will work with Spark bindings. As for DIY compatible, are you looking for compatibility with plates or mounting these to the board with t-nuts and not in a set of inserts? If so, you'd want the pucks that come with the DIY kit for that.



      Feel free to hit me up with any snowboard or splitboard questions!

      Are these for traditional split board inserts or the voile channel?