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Anyone know what size are the ISCG backplate hardware?

Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by BlackAthlete, Apr 24, 2008.

  1. BlackAthlete

    BlackAthlete Monkey

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    I'm looking for the specs on the countersunk ISCG bolts that hold the backplate to the ISCG tabs. I need to order some bolts but I don't have ones in front of me to compare to. I'm looking for the longer ones, not the shorter ones.
     

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  2. BlackAthlete

    BlackAthlete Monkey

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    I found on the ISCG standards page that they are M6 x 1 mm pitch which makes sense. Now all I need is the length.
     
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    Length shouldn't make a difference just make sure you get them long enough. I've used all different lengths based on how many spacers are needed for e13 guide and what not. I would get whatever length will let you thread it into the ISCG mount on the frame and have a mm or 2 sticking out the other side. That way you know they grabbed enough threads since it went all the way through the iscg mount.
     
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    Snowboard binding screws work if you don't have anything else lying around :)
     
  5. BlackAthlete

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    Ahhh the good old snowboard baseplate screw trick. Good call.

    I ordered up some M6 x 12 and M6 x 15 so we'll see which one works. Thanks fellas...
     
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    Just make sure they're flat-head (so they countersink themselves) and you're all set. FYI, an e13 guide comes with one set each of m6x10 and m6x16.

    --JP
     
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    I would just go to the local hardware store with some spare change. They will have what you need for under $1.