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Marker Griffin or Tyrolia Attack 13?

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Need a recommendation I'm 5'9" 175. Level 7+ to 8. Like trees and steep bumps best. This is a remount and while I am a die hard Look/Rossi fan I don't want to remount in the same holes. Prerelease is my biggest concern especially with  all the bump skiing I do.

So Griffin or Tyrolia?

Thanks


Edited by Eric S - 11/6/14 at 4:41pm
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Need a recommendation I, 5'9" 175. Level 7+ to 8. Like trees and steep bumps best. This is a remount and while I am a die hard Look/Rossi fan I don't want to remount in the same holes. Prerelease is my biggest concern especially with  all the bump skiing I do.

So Griffin or Tyrolia?

Thanks

I am puzzled why you do not want to use the same holes?  The Griffon and Attack 13 are both great bindings.  If you lose one, up the din a notch is what I do.

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Long story but they have been mounted in the same hole twice, I'm think a third mount is not a good idea.

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I think most folks would prefer to mount in the same holes rather than redrill. If any of the holes are questionable you can use inserts. I'm assuming the previous pairs didn't rip out but were removed for some other reason. Heck, since the holes are already there all you have to do is screw them in--no tech or template required, a little epoxy in the holes wouldn't hurt. 

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