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what mystery plate was mounted on these '03 Stöckli Lasers?

post #1 of 8
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I know there is plenty of real estate, wood and metal left in these but I'm curious what were these drilled for? I assume a plate of some sort (they are GS skis after all).


http://www.flickr.com/photos/62132908@N00/sets/72157623429482973/


Any insight would be appreciated, thanks
post #2 of 8
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did I post this in the right forum?  No luck at TGR either. was hoping to figure this out. one theory was salomon powerAxe, I don't think that's right. any ideas?
post #3 of 8
 The holes on the toe look like they might actually have been from a Marker Jester (or similar).

The central hole is a mystery though if it was a marker, however, if the toe piece was a 3 hole, there could have been a mis-drill (creating 2 extra holes - I've seen crazier things)
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
Thanks! That is possible but since the skis are 7 years old I doubt if they were drilled once for a more modern binding like jesters. I would have guessed that they were drilled for a plate but that pattern doesn't look like any plate I can think of.
post #5 of 8
A lot Stockli's at that time were mounted with VIST plates. The VIST WC plate had some serious adhesive, and I doubt if the topsheets would look that nice after removal. I'm thinking that they may have been mounted with an EPB plate. The four hole pattern, and size of the holes looks like what I recall. They made some plates with no adhesive. Could have been one of those. I think that EPB was just about out of production at that time, but they had a pretty strong following and may have been used.
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did I post this in the right forum?  No luck at TGR either. was hoping to figure this out. one theory was salomon powerAxe, I don't think that's right. any ideas?

not poweraxe
post #7 of 8
looks to me like the Volkl thick WC piston plate with the metal sides from 3 years ago!  same screw spacing dimensions.  what a stack up if thats true
post #8 of 8
make that the original Marker piston plate by the wear marks
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