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http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com/AF-Rivet_p_88.html

 

http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com/AF-Cuff-Cant-Assembly_p_85.html

 

You may find a number of threads from the past with alternative fixes also. 

 

Unfortunately it is "SES 2015" time and Bomber Store will be closed until it is over. 

 

You can order and get things rolling though.  PS. I would buy two sets minimum. 

 

Bryan 

 

 

WE ARE AT SES ASPEN FROM FRI FEB 6TH UNTIL TUES FEB 17TH!  ORDERS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED DURING THIS TIME!

 

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http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com/AF-Rivet_p_88.html

 

http://bomberonline.3dcartstores.com/AF-Cuff-Cant-Assembly_p_85.html

 

You may find a number of threads from the past with alternative fixes also. 

 

Unfortunately it is "SES 2015" time and Bomber Store will be closed until it is over. 

 

You can order and get things rolling though.  PS. I would buy two sets minimum. 

 

Bryan 

Thanks Bryan, I didn't scroll down far enough earlier to see them. Are they hard to install?

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Thanks Bryan, I didn't scroll down far enough earlier to see them. Are they hard to install?

No, with basic hand tool skills these can be installed pretty easily. 

 

Keep in mind,  it is often removing the old ones that can get a bit tricky. 

 

There are TWO different items here.  One is a fixed hinge point , the other is 

made to allow canting of the upper boot cuff. 

 

I don't think you are likely to have any difficulty.   These are one of the items I 

strongly suggest any hardbooter with Raichle boots carry in their tool bag. 

 

Bolting the hinge with bolts and washers is an option with above average skills. 

 

Our BOL  member "TrikerDad" made some machined parts for this that are outstanding. 

Have not heard from him in a while.  They were never made in any volume. 

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No, with basic hand tool skills these can be installed pretty easily. 

 

Keep in mind,  it is often removing the old ones that can get a bit tricky. 

 

There are TWO different items here.  One is a fixed hinge point , the other is 

made to allow canting of the upper boot cuff. 

 

I don't think you are likely to have any difficulty.   These are one of the items I 

strongly suggest any hardbooter with Raichle boots carry in their tool bag. 

 

Bolting the hinge with bolts and washers is an option with above average skills. 

 

Our BOL  member "TrikerDad" made some machined parts for this that are outstanding. 

Have not heard from him in a while.  They were never made in any volume. 

 

Thanks again. I'll be placing an order shortly along with a BTS kit. I guess I will be softboot carving for awhile. (Yes, we do exist:-) )

Also if you're at SES, say HI to my friends Ron and Gloria from Utah.

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Hey John,

Have you found parts yet? I'm looking to get a couple replacement sets also. I you haven't found any yet I will start looking. Oh and I have one for the adjuster side if you want it.

Ron

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Thank you for this info! i will de doing this to my boots as the stock screws tend to seize up and it is real easy to strip the heads as the hex  head is very small. Not a problem wit UPZ as the bolt is bigger like this.

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