In your experiment with Contour Pro+ with Liquidator 2.0 channel, what was it exactly that broke? The screws? Did the screws thread or snap? Or was it something else? Because I noticed in one of the diagrams/image-notes, it said:
Quote: "you won't be able to tighten the screws as much as it was originally." (after the change over of plates)
Meaning perhaps, the length of the original screws, in the change over to a different/wider non-Contour Pro+ plate, could've been the problem?
Short screws + fat channel = break?
Because it seems to be indicating that even with an Ettore channel, that there's less room for tightening of the screws. Meaning an even fatter channel (i.e. Liquidator) would give even less length yet again (perhaps). I don't know for sure.
So I'm wondering if the original Ettore screws are simply to short to accommodate the fatter Liquidator 2.0 channel? And (perhaps) that's what caused the plate to:
So maybe (just maybe) some longer - NON ETTORE - screws, of the same thread size, might, with there extra length, accommodate the fatter Liquidator 2.0 channel?
So, longer screws + fatter channel = work?