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BSL adjustment range of fixed bindings

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Just bought some powder skis and would like to set them up so both my son and I can use them.  To do this we need to have a BSL adjustment range of 326 to 349,  Hoping to do this without a demo binding.  Can this be done?

 

Bucksski2

Roy, UT

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Welcome to Epic.  Salomon/Atomic STH2 probably has the greatest amount of adjustment outside demo bindings, but I don't recall if its over 2cm.  Your best bet really is a demo binding and the AAAtack 13 demo is the best I've seen.  There is no connecting plate between the toe and heel.

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Most bindings seem to be +/- a cm. Even with a bigger range, one of you will end up a bit forward or back. Maybe not a big deal if you mount to split the difference?

 

One alternative might be the original Tyrolia Attack 13 "demo".  IIRC that one had just a really long rear track with a non-demo toe. Last I looked, untracked.com still had some at a good price. Of course there is always the option of the newer Attack (separate heel/toe adjustment) or Griffon demos...

 

FWIW,IMO  the Attacks make for a great powder binding as they are low, flat, and really easy to click into.

 

edit: I believe this is the one... http://www.untracked.com/p5216c26b52-14_tyrolia_attack_130lt_demo_ski_bindings.html

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STH2 13WTR has a 28mm range, which would work for you IF they are mounted properly by a tech who will pay attention and not mount in the center of the range for one of you. The STH 12 goes 19mm--too little range for you. I believe the FKS/Look pivot series has less range than a lot of other bindings.

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