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How to install NEOX 614 bindings on stockli laser cx

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Hi!

 

I have a stockli laser cx and an old  atomic neox 614 bindings.

 

Because I don't have enough money to buy a new bindings, so I want to install the neox614 on it.

Someone told me that I needed to buy plates first and install bindings on the plates, so I can change bindings easily.

 

But I don't know which plates are suitable for my gears. Are there someone who can introduce one for me.

 

Your recommendations are appreciated! 

post #2 of 8

bring them to a shop and have them installed professionally.
If you don't know what you are doing you risk damaging your skis.

post #3 of 8
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Originally Posted by zhuoranxu View Post

Hi!

 

I have a stockli laser cx and an old  atomic neox 614 bindings.

 

Because I don't have enough money to buy a new bindings, so I want to install the neox614 on it.

Someone told me that I needed to buy plates first and install bindings on the plates, so I can change bindings easily.

 

But I don't know which plates are suitable for my gears. Are there someone who can introduce one for me.

 

Your recommendations are appreciated! 

If your bindings are what I think they are, you'll need to find a shop that has the right jig for that plate and binding combination.  AND that plate is not easy to find on its own. 

 

In the long run, it may cost you more to get the plate than if you just buy new bindings. 

 

Hopefully someone who's more familiar with this binding/plate combo will post some info soon. 

post #4 of 8

There are a few lifter plates that you could use. Head and Atomic both make some universal plates that will work. Look on spending about $75-150 for plates and another $60-100 to get the plates and bindings mounted. I am not sure what your thoughts are on changing hte bindings easy and the direction you are going with that.

post #5 of 8

There is no need to use plates, unless you want the extra height. Somewhere I have a plate but if my memory serves me, it is for a jr ski. I do have a Neox jig.

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks for all replies.

 

I found a pair of new tyrolia railflex2 bindings. Plates are included.

 

I went to a local ski shop to mount them, but they told me they can't. Because the plate is a old model, they do not have the jig.

But I checked tyrolia guides, I think the old model use the same jig as the new models(POWERRAIL).

 

Could someone help me to confirm this?

post #7 of 8

wait, you're trading Neox for Railflex?

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

NO. I bought Railflex bindings and plates. Neox  will be still on my lt11. 

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