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Kastle LX92 - 174cm binding mount point

post #1 of 5
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I have shiny new LX92s I will be mounting the bindings to this weekend and would like to double check the binding mounting mark. Everyone says don't trust what you see, i'll roll with that and take out the tape measure. I am hoping a Kastle guru would be kind enough to share the measurement. Drill, tap, drill guide all ready to go.;)  Planning on mounting at the recomended location. Thanks in advance.

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Bump. To busy this past weekend with family duties to get the binding mounted.
post #3 of 5

If you are using the Kastle/Head/Tyrolia bindings just mount standard and don't worry.

You can move them all over the place.

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The bindings I have presently are new Salmon STH 12. I'm not 100% set on using these. An adjustable binding would be ideal. I have read all the grumbling about plates on soft snow oriented skis, and demo binding being wiggly after time. And treaded inserts are not an option due to the called out 6mm screw depth(all the inserts call for 8mm I have seen). If you have good experience with demo bindings I'm open to suggestions.
post #5 of 5

I've done my share of bitching about wobbley rail systems.

Particularly the Marker/Volkl system ones.

The Kastles seem fine.

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