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Rossignol Axium 100 Binding Adjustment

post #1 of 3
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Hi guys,

I'd appreciate some help with a pair of second hand skis I've picked up with Axium 100 bindings. The bindings were checked over by the shop prior to sale (purchased online).

I've moved the heel piece so that the forward pressure indicator triangle is in the middle of the indicator or slightly forward, as per the research I've done. The boot seems quite tight against the binding when just sitting on the brake however as per the third photo. Does the adjustment look correct? Ive adjusted the DIN as per the calculator. Appreciate your help. Cheers Jarred



post #2 of 3

fwd pressure is correct, as for 'everything else'? Who knows. The DIN settings in the indicator window is almost meaningless, the boot and binding 'system' need to be tested together to properly set the DIN... odds are you will be fine, but without testing with a torque tester you can't be sure or accurate.

post #3 of 3
Do a search for the service manual (Look or Rossi).

If you can't find it, or understand it, get it service by a pro for your own protection.
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