FAQs

Aluminum Lifters

The bolts that attach my Lifters to the board fell off on ride! How do I get replacements?

You can typically find these at your local Home Depot or Lowes in the pull out drawers in the Fastener aisle, or at Ace Hardware. If you're having trouble locating some, please contact us.

Bolt Specs:
Thread Size: #10-32
Length: 1 inch
Head Style: Flat
Drive Style: Hex Socket
Material: Stainless Steel

I seem to have lost one of the tiny bolts that holds the pads on. How do I replace it?

You can also typically find these at your local Home Depot or Lowes in the pull out drawers in the Fastener aisle, or at Ace Hardware. If you're having trouble locating some, please contact us.

Bolt Specs:
Thread Size: M4
Thread Pitch: 0.7
Length: 6mm (8mm will work as well)
Head Style: Flat
Drive Style: Phillips

How thick are the Lifters?

The metal is 1/8" thick.


Titanium Lifters

The bolts that attach my Lifters to the board fell off on ride! How do I get replacements?

You can typically find these at your local Home Depot or Lowes in the pull out drawers in the Fastener aisle, or at Ace Hardware. If you're having trouble locating some, please contact us.

Bolt Specs
Thread Size: #10-32
Length: 7/8 inch (1" may separate the wood on a stock footpad but you may need longer with certain bumpers)
Head Style: Button
Drive Style: Hex Socket
Material: Stainless Steel

I seem to have lost one of the tiny bolts that holds the pads on. How do I replace it?

You can also typically find these at your local Home Depot or Lowes in the pull out drawers in the Fastener aisle, or at Ace Hardware. If you're having trouble locating some, please contact us.

Bolt Specs:
Thread Size: M4
Thread Pitch: 0.7
Length: 6mm (8mm will work as well)
Head Style: Pan or Round
Drive Style: Phillips

How thick are the Lifters?

The metal is 1/16" thick. They do not block the light panel.

Isn't the flexibility of Titanium going to make my foot wobble?

When your stance is wide and your feet are engaged with the Lifters such that the outside of your shoes are at least skimming the metal or grip tape on the Lifters while positioned comfortably underneath hard 95A plastic pads and you're able to apply lateral leverage when and where needed to maneuver the board, you can expect the material combination to not only reduce foot fatigue but also provide shock absorption. The amount of flex provides a similar feeling and response as that of a snowboarding binding.