|2nd November 2012 11:47 AM|
If your national Hungary distributor does not want to order your part, please try to order from the general distributor for Central Europe :
APM Marketing GmbH
Ph: 0049 89 89511170
Fax: 0049 89 89511172
|2nd November 2012 09:51 AM|
footpad for Futura 2009
My footpads have peeled away and come off, party I could glue back successfully but partly lost, so I need replacement of the white footpad.
Board s/n is ST9FUU122R09020113. As I read from Starboard-team's responses on this forum these footpads are available for distributors. Unfortunately the distributor in my country is not willing to order due to small volume of sold boards.
If you know any shop or distributor worldwide where footpad is available for 2009 Futura in white colour please let me know and give me contact data to firstname.lastname@example.org. The footpad size I need is app 20x30 cm
|19th March 2012 10:36 AM|
I have the same problem as Rachael, but with my iSonic 111 from 2007, the pads are letting loose and need replacement. This morning I mailed the Dutch distributer (www.fox-sports.nl), and they told me it's not possible to order pads.
Did you also mail the Dutch distributor? If not so, is it possible to do so? I would also like to have my iSonic in the best shape possible
|23rd February 2012 05:00 AM|
The Pads are available to all distributors, so they should have them in stock, I will make a note on to all them to make sure they order pads part.
From where are you?
All the best
|22nd February 2012 07:52 PM|
|Ericred0||Hi again, ive just put new pads on my isonic with the north shore stuff. looks brill.... recomend it.|
|16th February 2012 09:42 PM|
I think Eric was talking about that product:
You can find fish-scale foot pad sheets at a local ship shop. Or ask for TBS non-slip deck covering mats or sheets :
Alternative product designed for dinghies or yacht:
|15th February 2012 05:06 PM|
Thanks for the tip Eric.
The Starboard importer couldn't help so I will check that website and another place someone has recommended.
Yes it is crazy that something so expensive should fall apart so quickly and parts not be available, going by how many people have posted on here with the same problem it seems there should be quite a business in providing spare parts!
|14th February 2012 05:36 PM|
Iv got the same problem, the only place i could find material to make replacement pads is in american website North Shore lots of choice for pattern colour ect 4sq foot cost £20 plus delivery plus customs import charge. Not cheap.
Think Starboard could support their customers better......
|14th February 2012 09:58 AM|
Hi, yes the problem is that the pads aren't intact, they are all torn where parts have peeled away and come off so I need replacements. Will see what the shop can come up with.
|13th February 2012 08:31 PM|
A good quality neoprene glue will fix the foot pads back on deck. Make sure they are clean (no sand, no salt) and dry before glueing them again.
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