Extra brass T-nuts for your tracked hydrofoil. These are salt water approved and perfect for all track systems. They are M8 standard metric threads which is the convention for most hydrofoil tracks. These are sold per each.
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These are extra stainless steel M8 bolts for your hydrofoil setup.
These are all countersunk flat head Stainless Metric Bolts in various sizes. We can tell you what size you need for most foil setups. The best way to do it is to measure the bolts you need from the ones that are already on your foil. Use the graphic below.
M6 Stainless Replacement T-nuts each
These are Replacement M6 Stainless Steel T-nuts for the any hydrofoil that uses the M6 T-nut including Takuma, Naish and others These are hard to get replacements that we now have in stock. They are sold each so if you need a set of 4 make sure to buy 4 of them. Watch the video below for our testing of the M8 version against the brass version.
Here are the total dimensions of this part:
Track width: 8.5mm Total width: 14.9mm Total length: 23.9mm Total height: 6.20mm
Stainless Steel Flat Head M6 Replacement bolts
There are many foils that use M6 bolts on their foils. If you need extra bolts here are the options to get them. Just choose what you would like from the options below.
Trim Shim Stackable Hydrofoil Shimming System
The TrimShim stack-able hydrofoil shim system comprises of a set of specially made abs shims that lock-in to one another creating a stack-able shim. Each shim in the kit is at a 1 degree slant and there are 3 shims in this kit for up to 3 degrees of adjustment. The kit also includes 4 sets of wizardhat hardware with its patent pending articulating pivot allowing for full contact with the board track even at up to 5 degree tilt. It is only recommended to use the Wizardhat hardware with the TrimShim system.
Why you would want to shim your base plate? The angle between your board and your fuselage is fixed due to the mounting or installation of the track in the board. There are different angles necessary for different foiling sports specifically for prone/SUP surf foiling, static foil pumping, and kite foiling. If you're trying to use a kitefoil board for prone surfing it maybe helpful to change this angle to more easily catch the wave. Also, changing the angle between the board and fuselage will help immensely while static pumping off a dock or out at sea. You guys asked for it and FoilMount built it!
What is in the kit: -3 sets of TrimShim shims each at 1 degree -4 sets of WizardHat hardware which will work on any board with a track and any base plate on the market -15mm ratchet wrench -Cool Foilmount and Wizardhat decal