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WTB: Blizzard IQ MAX Binding DIN 12

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

I can't seem to find anyone selling the binding alone.

post #2 of 5

Are you adamant on the IQ Max for sure? You can get a slider plater and put on a Griffon...ar any binding you choose. 

post #3 of 5

Also, I just saw your post here:

 

 

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Originally Posted by aschick View Post

I saw this recently in a listing for the bindings

 

Available Toe Lifters:  1.5mm 3.0mm 4.5mm 6.0mm 7.5mm 9.0mm
Available Ramp Delta:  6.0mm 4.5mm 3.0mm 1.5mm 0mm -1.5m -3.0mm

 

Does the Kneebinding ship with toe lifters (and longer screws?) for dialing in the binding delta? I'm gas pedaling these days.

 

The Slider will give youths ability to GP whatever binding you choose. 

post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 

Yeah, I have the slider plate and figured it was worth trying the integrated binding first and then moving on if I don't like it. I have a set of Look PX12's (all my other skis have had PX or pivots) ready to mount. Though from what I can tell the screws will be pretty close to the edge of the plate.

 

And was also thinking of trying the kneebinding, maybe.

 

Truth is that I have so few days this year to devote to skiing given that I'm living overseas (and not in an area with snow) that even saving time on having bindings mounted by using the integrated option would be nice.

post #5 of 5

Don't worry about the screws being so close to the edge of the plate. I have mounted quite a few of them w.o issue. 

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