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Rossi Power 120 (or 140) bindings, how to remove?

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I need to take the heelpieces off the Power 120 bindings and I can't figure it out. I know somehow the whole assembly comes off the track (upon which it sits and moves forward and back).

Anyone know how to remove it?

Thanks,

Bob
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Originally posted by WVSkier:
I need to take the heelpieces off the Power 120 bindings and I can't figure it out. I know somehow the whole assembly comes off the track (upon which it sits and moves forward and back).

Anyone know how to remove it?

Thanks,

Bob
From the picture on the Rossi site, it appears they're just like my Looks. If so, the screw in the middle back puts them on and off the track and adjusts forward pressure.
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I had a pair of Rossi Axial 140's which may be the same. You unscrew the heel tension adjusment screw until it is off the threads. You can then either slide or tap the heel piece back off the track. Initially, when I first mounted the heel piece on the track, I couldn't tap (even bang) it off the track as there is a metal piece to go over that acted as a stop. However, with a little use this stop wears or rounds out a bit so that it's not an issue.

[ February 18, 2004, 12:46 PM: Message edited by: Si ]
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