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adjustments on atomic device 412's

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
I picked up a pair of atomic sx:9's on ebay for a smoking price. I have set up my own bindings before when i worked at the local ski area in high school. However, this is my first endevor into the world integrated bindings. Im trying to figure out how to adjust these things for boot length and since i got no paperwork with them i am at a bit of a loss, can you guys help me out??
post #2 of 12
Thread Starter 
i guess what im really asking for is the information sheet that comes with the bindings. If anybody has it electronically or can scan it for me that would be great.
post #3 of 12
An Atomic dealer can set them.

If you want to do the adjustment, do a search here. basically it involves removing the center screw, sliding the toe and heel such that the numbers corespond to the boot sole length, and teh fine tuning the forward pressure.
post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
is there any trick to removing that center screw? The thing is in there with some hurclean force and i am very affraid of breaking something, its not some crazy left hand thread or anything like that is it?
post #5 of 12
Normal thread. Righty tighty, lefty loosey. Use a #3 Pozi-drive, or file the tip of a #3 Philips to get rid of the pointy tip.
post #6 of 12

Atomic Data Sheets

If you go to:

www.atomicsnow.com/0506/englisch/php/downloads.php

Select: Catalogs

and download: Tech_alpine_eng (it is a zip of a pdf)

you'll get the Atomic data sheets
post #7 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks a ton for the link thats what i was looking for. I get the impression that whoever mounted the bindings on my skis may have put loctite on that screw and its going to be a bastard to get off.
post #8 of 12
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Originally Posted by jtr
If you go to:

www.atomicsnow.com/0506/englisch/php/downloads.php

Select: Catalogs

and download: Tech_alpine_eng (it is a zip of a pdf)

you'll get the Atomic data sheets
Thanks for the link. I didn't realize that was there. Never scrolled down far enough.
post #9 of 12
is there any chance that someone had that data sheet saved? The link there doesnt work anymore
post #10 of 12
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Originally Posted by ziggie216 View Post
is there any chance that someone had that data sheet saved? The link there doesnt work anymore
I'm looking for this too. Someone's got to have this as a .PdF that they can post? Anybody?
post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by Betaracer View Post
Normal thread. Righty tighty, lefty loosey. Use a #3 Pozi-drive, or file the tip of a #3 Philips to get rid of the pointy tip.
Get a real pozi-drive, its worth the few bucks to have the right tool
post #12 of 12
Just losen the center screw (As I meember on the device bindigs, the screw does not come out completely)and move the toe & heel so thet the numbers corresponding to you bootsole length show in both windows . Round down to the nearest 5 mm. In other words if your boot sole length is 313, you set the numbers showing to 31 in the 2 windows. If you are a 310 you also set it to 31. then put the boot in the binding. If you are a 315 you set it between to the mark between 31 & 32 in both windows.

Check the bottom screw in the heel piece. when your forward pressure is correct, it is flush with the housing. DO NOT ADJUST THE FORWARD PRESSURE WITH THE BOOT IN THE BINDING!. YOU WILL STRIP THE HEEL ADJUSTMENT CAM. If the screw is not flush, remove the boot and loosen or tighten as needed. Insert boot and check. Once you have tit set flush, remove boot and turn screw in 1-2 clicks. Your done.

You also must adjust the height of the toepiece. You must have a .5mm gap between the AFD and your bootsole. You can use a Driver's license or maybe a credit card if you have no other .5mm stock.
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