So Spotz are not using std Tuttle but a modified Deep Tuttle, shortened from 67 to 61mm on the mast, and a Deep Tuttle on their boards (Chinook box) or is it also smaller ?gmb13 wrote:The Spotz don't use the STD Tuttle as has been described in the OP.
It using the Chinnok Box Measurements wich is 61mm deep at the deepest point not 49mm. Axis also uses this box.
Thanks Gunnar - I did not know (ride windsurf waveboards and freestyleboards and they never use deep box'es)gmb13 wrote:Chinook produces a tuttle box which has a depth of 61mm at the front. This is not a modified box. This is actually a standard and us build into most windsurfing slalom boards. This is what Spotz and Axis and a few other brands are using as it's easy to get the Chinook box and there is no problems with variations in box width and depth.
The link only shows the outer measurements of the Chinook box, which is not interesting for users seeking what is compatible.gmb13 wrote:It really depends. For example the Cobra tuttle boxes are .5mm less wide.
Here you can find the Chinook: http://chinooksailing.com/index.php/win ... e-box.html
Here are the dimensions of my Spotz and Axis Tuttle Heads.
Height Front: 59mm
Height Back : 40mm
Screws are 105mm apart.
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