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Back mount vest - screw bend

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Hey Thomas,

 

Thanks for your reply. By the way, your bushing adapters are so nice, I hardly want to use them so that they don't get scratches :-)) .

 

And yes, it's the lower thumb screw. The last screw I had to take out was heavily bend so that I teared off the head while trying to unscrew.

 

I don't know, maybe if I would find a tube with the suitable thread which I could use as a kind of bend protection'??

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Hi Jens,

is your carbon arm connected to the harness 90° ?
Walter Klassen makes a crossover block that orients the arm a bit down. That results in having the male and the female socketblock more parallel and the lower screw (which bends) can be shorter so it won´t bent.

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Thanks Matthias, good idea. Unfortunately I already have a special cross over block because my vest arm was build a little different. I have to check the degree of my cross over block..

Hi Jens,

is your carbon arm connected to the harness 90° ?

Walter Klassen makes a crossover block that orients the arm a bit down. That results in having the male and the female socketblock more parallel and the lower screw (which bends) can be shorter so it won´t bent.

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Jens, Thanks for feedback on the bushings. Glad to hear you like them.

It sounds like you are already on to a good solution for the bending thumb screws by checking the angle of the carbon arm. Great call Matthias.

 

Let us know what you find out.

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