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Using Rossi Axial2 120 Pro?

post #1 of 4
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Hi all,

 

I've got a never been used pair of Rossi Axial2 120 Pros from 2006 or 2007.  The DIN is fine for me, as I normally set around an 8.5.  I need a binding on a freeride ski.  Any reason I shouldn't just mount these up?  Anything different between these and current models?  Input appreciated.

 

Smiles 

post #2 of 4

Mount 'em up. and as I say.... Click. Point. Chute. icon14.gif

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 

Thanks Phil.  Not to be dense, but does that mean that there haven't been changes, or to the extent that there have been changes they are cosmetic or similar in naturel, or you just don't think that whatever changes there have been are worth paying for new ones?  Smiles

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Originally Posted by SkiSmiles View Post

Thanks Phil.  Not to be dense, but does that mean that there haven't been changes, or to the extent that there have been changes they are cosmetic or similar in naturel, or you just don't think that whatever changes there have been are worth paying for new ones?  Smiles



Same binding. Mount em up. 

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