Surfriding Who’s running a tight KP pole?

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Who’s running a stiff KP pole setup with an RRP bracket? And what are you using to accomplish this ? Does the RRP Spacer for in the base of the pole fit properly or is there something else being used?
 
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I run rrp cast with no spacer and the pole tight. I flip and roll qith absolutely no footholds. Tight pole ia the best way to ride. Makes it like mx/bmx

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How are you achieving a tight pole without the spacer? Just crank the pole bolt down?

I’m a fan of tight poles and have ran them in the past. Just was on an xmetal setup and used the pinch bolts. Setting up a KP pole on an rrp bracket and trying to figure out what works without buying things that end up not fitting.
 
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when you weigh a buck and a nickel and have no heavy muscle or fat, you don't need footholds or even gloves to hang on with.
when you do use gloves, they last for many seasons and when you tighten a bolt, you need an impact gun instead of a hand wrench. lol
 
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When you torque bolts daily, you have the new quality tools with digital power settings. 1 2 or 3. Wouldnt expect fred flintstones mechanics to know anything about that though

Pics or it didnt happen. Ok it didn't happen. I dont care if you believe me or not. My ski I ride doesnt even have footholds bolted on it.

It doesnt have to be super tight to lock it into place. If you wanted a spacer it would be super easy to make. It doesn't have to fit the bolt snug

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