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post #31 of 38
Hey Lewbob.Newsflash.Just saw some bindings on Ebay..These are HOT! got YOUR name on them ROFL....Lund..Beartraps..YES! they are new!..never used...ya might wanna "nail" these down before they're gone..HAHA..I'ld put money on it that those "pesky" pre-release..ERRR ANY release! days are over with these bad boys..
post #32 of 38
Hey, I have some old wooden skis on the wall of the condo where we stay. They could use some new bindings!! And then I could go back to skiing long! Yeah Baby. Lew
post #33 of 38
Hey Phil...got some for you too!..just came across a pair of 727's.They are a bit cheesy..engraved names into the housings..look like they work/will.GOOD PRICE!..Free..If you don't want 'em maybe someone else will.I am in Toronto.L'emee know..I don't have them this second but can PROBABLLY get them in a few days.
post #34 of 38
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Originally Posted by Arnoldtheskier
Hey Phil...got some for you too!..just came across a pair of 727's.They are a bit cheesy..engraved names into the housings..look like they work/will.GOOD PRICE!..Free..If you don't want 'em maybe someone else will.I am in Toronto.L'emee know..I don't have them this second but can PROBABLLY get them in a few days.

Gee, thanks but no thanks. I have about 4-5 pair of newer "Driver" bindings thatI am not using. I appreciate the thought.
post #35 of 38
Oh..I thought you might want these for your collection.."museum"..oh well.YA..to use..LOL...
post #36 of 38
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Oh..I thought you might want these for your collection.."museum"..oh well.YA..to use..LOL...

Yeah.. I could have put them inbetween my Burt II's and Marker MRR Twincams.
post #37 of 38

Just can't let go of the 727's

I still have my 727's attached to some Kazama Winter Magic ski's out in the garage... I always thought they were cool. (I started on cable bindings). They bring back good memories everytime I look at them. Mine look new compared to the ones pictured at this ski museum site: http://www.robertsski.com/webpgss/mus.htm

So I wonder if I'll get the same warm fuzzy when I look back on my Soloman S912 TI's..... Probably. These bindings, from the 727 to the 912, are so well designed. I just love the feeling of clicking in to them.
post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by Arnoldtheskier
Here in Canada..perhaps different products/availabilty..(NOT uncommon!..)..the LATE 555's went to brake.They were 100% identical to the strap jobs.The ONLY difference was that the brake was an "add on" to the rear track.The brake and bracket slid over and was pinched and a little through screw held it in place.I put brakes on countless 555's..I STILL have some old 555's on old classics..CONVERTED to brake!
Yup, my 610 Comps had 555's with the add on brake.
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