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  1. #1
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    Aftermarket Lupo walk mode

    Cascade components went and made a walk mode for the Lupo. I guess it adds a few degrees forward lean and is designed to not break, which is good because the stock one definitely seems like it's designed to break.

    Looks good in these photos. No idea if it's going to go for sale but I would say from my shop experience, there is a very good reason to have these on the market, especially since Dalbello makes is so hard to stock replacement walk modes.Click image for larger version. 

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  2. #2
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    More forward lean?
    In.

    I'm currently in the process of setting up an old Lupo TI and it is pretty dialed but could use more forward lean.

    Edit: didn't these guys do that CNCed toe piece/pillar system to mount CAST toes?
    Did that ever go into production?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfluffenmeister View Post
    More forward lean?
    In.

    I'm currently in the process of setting up an old Lupo TI and it is pretty dialed but could use more forward lean.

    Edit: didn't these guys do that CNCed toe piece/pillar system to mount CAST toes?
    Did that ever go into production?
    Yeah, they made that toe piece as well. It never did go into production but they did make a second version that had less rise (i think) and used the same hole pattern as the original.

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    That would work a lot better than using both leany calf shims. For me mostly for the lodge, but....yeah. gimme.
    No longer stuck.

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    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Count me in! Currently using calf shims and would much rather have this. Was chatting with him on IG yesterday and it seems well though out and designed.

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    How would I obtain a pair, not listed on website


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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    How would I obtain a pair, not listed on website


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    He hasn't put them into production yet, but he's considering it. The pic he posted was just a one-off pair he made for his boots. I told him on IG their will be people on TGR interested, so fingers crossed.

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    Yes.
    Would definitely like to see this in production ASAP!

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    I would def buy 2 sets for lupo hd and factory.


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    I would also buy two sets.

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    I’d buy 2

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    Iíd buy 1
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    4mm taller than stock. Everyone message them

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    Interested. Are they selling them?

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    are there euros here? due to a bulk order. i would take 1 set.

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    I'd be in for at least 1 pair.

    Anyone have direct line to them to find out how many commitments they'd need to produce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate s View Post
    I'd be in for at least 1 pair.

    Anyone have direct line to them to find out how many commitments they'd need to produce?
    The hardware is ordered for the first run of 25. Iíll check on ETA.

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    Rad. Thanks for posting this up Golden. Would love to see CC find a footing in the ski industry the way they have MTB. They have a knack for making good gear better, and I'm all for it.

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    Iíd also be in for a pair!


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    I'm in for a set

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCK View Post
    The hardware is ordered for the first run of 25. Iíll check on ETA.
    Walk modes should go on the machine in the next 1-2 weeks. Iíll bump this thread when the pre-order link goes live on the CC website.

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    More forward lean without the painful calf shims? I'm in.
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    Bit of a hijack, but has anyone ever gotten their Lupo SPs Casted during the off season? Seems like it would be pretty straightforward for them (no additional rubber pads, etc). I should have done that this summer. Oh well.
    Also, will this work for the Lupo SP? Think older ones with the straight lever.
    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Aftermarket Lupo walk mode

    The pre-order link is now live on the Cascade site. Enjoy, friends.

    https://cascadecomponents.bike/produ...alk-mode-lever

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