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Kastle BMX 78 and Attack 13 Bindings

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I was going to mount some Attack 13 bindings to my Kastle BMX 78 skis. Because the binding foot print is relatively wide, there is s little overhang on the 78 mm ski. It may only be a mm or two, but I wanted to make sure the overhang won't be an issue, or should I look for a narrower binding?


post #2 of 6

Put a plate under them to lift them up a bit higher. 

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Put a plate under them to lift them up a bit higher. 

By suggesting a riser plate are you saying that the slight overhang will be a problem? I was going to use the Attacks because I have a spare pair handy, but would prefer to buy a more compatible binding over fabricating risers.
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Originally Posted by Jacques View Post

Put a plate under them to lift them up a bit higher. 

By suggesting a riser plate are you saying that the slight overhang will be a problem? I was going to use the Attacks because I have a spare pair handy, but would prefer to buy a more compatible binding over fabricating risers.


I guess that's going to depend on how high of an edge angle you want to use with them.  IDK, but the binding maker may have some risers available for them.  Check with a dealer.  With a high edge angle it seem the brakes etc will hit the snow.  Not the end of the world, but not super desirable either.

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Riser plate and a tyrolia freeflex series binding
post #6 of 6
Or a pdr 14... The toes can be shimmed if needed.
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