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Line sick day 110 mounting point

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Hi all,

Just picked up a pair of Line sick day 110s, 179cm. I was wondering if anyone had any advice on the mounting point. Is the manufacturers recommended spot good? Or should I mount them a little back, say 1-1.5cm or so. Im using salomon guardian 16 bindings, and will be skiing mostly resort with a little bit of touring.

Any help would be great!
post #2 of 5

I have the SD 125s. Mount your 110s on the line. They are directional skis so the mount point is well to the rear of center already so it would be unwise to move it even further back. That plus Line knows what they are doing.

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These are my SD 110 I just got. The shop mounted them on the recommended line, but they look behind, I double checked to make sure.
post #4 of 5

I got my Sick Day 110s mounted just where it says .. no complaints. (I've never mounted a binding anywhere but recommended, though, so I'm not exactly an expert).

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I have the Sick Day 110's and always use Marker Schizos on my wider setups. Fwd for hard pack and set them back for pow. The SD's ski very different depending on that setting. The Schizos really display the versatility of so many of the newer skis. It's like having two skis for the price of one. They are the only bindings I buy now. Mount them on center and start playing w/ the settings to see what the ski is capable of.

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