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icelantic binding set-up

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just got a killer deal on 11' icelantic nomads, $399, and $170 for tyrolia railflex rfd 14's w 115mm brakes. did i take these babies in a good direction??

 

it was time to basement the 07' karma's with older naxo bindings before they split. tell me i did the right thing here. haha

 

gnar.

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finished up a 4 day mini tour of Utah(Solitude, Powder, Alta and Snowbird) on 2009 Icelantic Pilgrims with Tyrolia Railflex plate.  Worked out great in the powder.  they are currently experiencing a "parade" of storms.

 

One minor observation-due to the curvature of the ski, the plate did not sit entirely flush on the ski on the ends despite the mounting screws being screwed in all the way.  either it;s the physical shape of the ski or just the the camber. 

 

i was a little worried about the stability of the ski but did not hurt the performance for me.  If your nomads are similar in design, it;s something you might want to check out.

 

goodluck!

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I have Dynastar/Look PX14's on my Keepers and Marker Griffons on my Pilgrims.  I love the light weight of the Pilgrims seet up. 

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