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Death! Drugs! HELP! (will 90mm brake bindings fit 92mm ski?)

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so i bought the 2010 line chronic cryptonites but am looking for cheap good quality bindings. I cant seem to find a cheap one that looks decent at 100mm brake size so Im wondering if a 90mm brake size can fit a 92mm ski without too much bending in a shop. Please help. looking at the Marker M 11.0 Twin Cam Free Ski Bindings 2010 

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They won't have to bend them at all. Don't worry. In fact they would fit a 100+ ski just fine without bending.

post #3 of 11

just bent 110's to fit 123wide boards with no problem.

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I'm wanting the Rossignol Smash 7 skis and am looking at the Rossignol Axial2 120 L 90mm bindings.  Could a 92mm ski fit on a 90mm binding without much bending??

 

HELP!

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Originally Posted by horizonsedge View Post

I'm wanting the Rossignol Smash 7 skis and am looking at the Rossignol Axial2 120 L 90mm bindings.  Could a 92mm ski fit on a 90mm binding without much bending??

 

HELP!

 

 

Yes. But it's better to fit the binding on the ski. On the top sheet side of things. wink.gif

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I'm wanting the Rossignol Smash 7 skis and am looking at the Rossignol Axial2 120 L 90mm bindings.  Could a 92mm ski fit on a 90mm binding without much bending??

 

HELP!

 

So, you are asking the *exact* same question as the OP which was already answered succinctly and clearly?  I really do try to refrain from giving new people a hard time, but come on, give me something to work with here.  Your exact question was answered already in the entire 3 posts in this thread!

 

If it's not already obvious, the answer to your question is "yes".

 

Oh, and welcome to Epic. wink.gif

post #7 of 11

the Axial2 120 XL 100mm bindings sold out last night frown.gif

post #8 of 11

yes, people often use brakes at about 10 mm narrower than the ski waist.

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So, you are asking the *exact* same question as the OP which was already answered succinctly and clearly?  I really do try to refrain from giving new people a hard time, but come on, give me something to work with here.  Your exact question was answered already in the entire 3 posts in this thread!

 

If it's not already obvious, the answer to your question is "yes".

 

Oh, and welcome to Epic. wink.gif

alright. Because I keep being warned away from doing so, and warned away from bending the brakes.  So I just wanted to check. Chill out man! haha

 

and also because I was planning to get the Axial2 120 XL 100mm bindings, but they sold out last night frown.gif

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the Axial2 120 XL 100mm bindings sold out last night frown.gif

 

If you get a bigger shovel, it'll be even easier to make that molehill into a mountain. smile.gif  Seriously... don't fret over 2mm. You'll be fine. Matter of fact, you'll never notice.

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alright. Because I keep being warned away from doing so, and warned away from bending the brakes.  So I just wanted to check. Chill out man! haha

 

No worries, just giving you a hard time. smile.gif

 

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If you get a bigger shovel, it'll be even easier to make that molehill into a mountain. smile.gif  Seriously... don't fret over 2mm. You'll be fine. Matter of fact, you'll never notice.

 

Agreed.  You won't even have to bend them.  90mm brakes will fit just fine. 

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