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GETTING OLD BINDINGS MOVED ON SKIS

post #1 of 10
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Ok I have found a pair of skis that I want but the seller is not sure that the bindings will adjust to my 355 boot.

 

Seller in California me in Guadeloupe so no chance of a trial.

 

Is there a ski technician that will move bindings that are old ie no longer indemnified, in Salt Lake City? I am happy to sign any waiver and ALWAYS adjust my own bindings.

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Originally Posted by TQA View Post
 

Ok I have found a pair of skis that I want but the seller is not sure that the bindings will adjust to my 355 boot.

 

Seller in California me in Guadeloupe so no chance of a trial.

 

Is there a ski technician that will move bindings that are old ie no longer indemnified, in Salt Lake City? I am happy to sign any waiver and ALWAYS adjust my own bindings.

Might depend on the binding. You might get a shop to mount a (examples)  Salomon 997E that is all metal or a Look Forza 15 but they will fail visual inspection. But no one will/should mount a Marker M31 or Salomon 647. 

post #3 of 10
A shop that would mount a binding that isn't indemnified isn't a very reputable one.
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A shop that would mount a binding that isn't indemnified isn't a very reputable one.

 

OK disreputable is fine as long as they do the job.

post #5 of 10

You could do it yourself.

post #6 of 10

more info, what skis? what bindings?

post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by freeski919 View Post

A shop that would mount a binding that isn't indemnified isn't a very reputable one.

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Originally Posted by TQA View Post

OK disreputable is fine as long as they do the job.

As we delve into the seedy underworld of black market binding mounting. No one wants to talk about what happens on the side streets of Salt Lake City.
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by TQA View Post
 

Ok I have found a pair of skis that I want but the seller is not sure that the bindings will adjust to my 355 boot.

 

Seller in California me in Guadeloupe so no chance of a trial.

 

Is there a ski technician that will move bindings that are old ie no longer indemnified, in Salt Lake City? I am happy to sign any waiver and ALWAYS adjust my own bindings.

Isn't there someone in Guadeloupe?? Maybe they could paint the car while they're at it.

post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by freeski919 View Post

A shop that would mount a binding that isn't indemnified isn't a very reputable one.


depends on the binding, the tech, the person it is for, the purpose it is for, etc....  we need more info before we pass judgment on any of the above.

 

royal

post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 

OK I gave up on the California skis as the vendor sold them locally but have pulled the trigger on another pair of skis

 

Atomic Beta Ride 8.20 190cm Downhill Skis w/ Atomic Device:311 Bindings

 

only to find that the binding are subject to recall .

 

GAHH

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