So I'm generally pretty happy with my Moses T60 carbon board. Here's a picture of it:
You can see it has thru-holes for mounting the foil. Despite this being non-adjustable, I've been fine with it, and it should be less failure prone than rails in the bottom of the board. But it has one annoying problem:
These screws are *super* uncomfortable when you stand on them. They're like having a rock in your shoe. It's really annoying to be foiling along trying to get your foot in a position where it doesn't feel like you've got something poking you in the bottom of the foot.
So, I was thinking about replacing the bots with countersunk ones. I'd have to countersink the holes in the top of the board, and I'm not sure if there's enough fglass/carbon there for this to be sturdy. I'd think that they'd have solid glass straight through where these bolts mount, and it should be fine, but I really don't want to have a countersink go right through the deck and into some foam core material.
Final picture of where I'd be countersinking:
Anyone know how these are built, and if the material around the bolts is solid? Anyone tried this modification before? I know it's minor, and I know it's a bit less strong, but if those bolts go through a big chunk of solid glass, there's no way I'd pull a countersunk screw all the way through the board.