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Kastle MX 88 Purchased a 177

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Went back and forth between Monster 88 and Kastle 88. Decided on the Kastles. I usually spend around 400 to 500 on a used or last years models. I found what I thought was a very good deal on the Kastle, (thanks Tog). Justified the more expensive price by reducing my quiver from 5 to 3. 

 

I also needed to be able to move the binding and was told the ski was only sold flat. Bought a system set up with the Kastle CTI Pro 12.

 

Only 8 months to go!

 

nothernskiworks.com

 

You can see the system plate.

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Okay. If nobody will talk to me then I'll just bump:D my own post and talk to myself
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The K12cti Pro will give you independent heel & toe adjustment.

Hence you can adjust for BSL, or move the mount point forward or back.

 

~ Andy 

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Thanks
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