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Old 22nd July 2009, 07:58 PM   #11
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Use the two supplied screws for the front set of plugs (for the back strap). For the rear, take the two screws out and put one of them in the middle hole that exist in the strap. Then mount that screw in one of the rear plugs (the one that is downwind on the way in with the waves).

You can use a single screw in front too (mounted centered in the strap), but that will mean more screws to move if you change to a location where the wind is from the other side.
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Old 24th July 2009, 12:15 PM   #12
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Use the two supplied screws for the front set of plugs (for the back strap). For the rear, take the two screws out and put one of them in the middle hole that exist in the strap. Then mount that screw in one of the rear plugs (the one that is downwind on the way in with the waves).

You can use a single screw in front too (mounted centered in the strap), but that will mean more screws to move if you change to a location where the wind is from the other side.

Dear Ola_H,
Thanks for your comment.
However, I will sometime use Kode 68 on the plate water without wave. Thus, it is supposed to be better with back end of back footstrap on central position, right? Is it possible to fit the back end of back footstrape on certral position? Such as, to use different type of back footstrap or tool or..........
Thanks!

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