AT Binding Mount

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AT Binding Mount

Postby badger4 » Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:52 pm

I just bought a pair of Dynastar Legend Pro skis. I was originally going to mount them, then i was going to sell them, then they didn't sell, so now i'm going to mount them again.

Here's my dilema...eventually i'd like to put some AT bindings on them, however i currently don't have the cash to buy them. I'd still like to ride them with regular alpine bindings but i'm not exactly sure of binding placement for touring vs. alpine. Is there a difference?

These skis are not drilled yet. What are the consequences if i have to drill them more than once?

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Re: AT Binding Mount

Postby Bean » Wed Dec 10, 2008 2:47 pm

Just mount them on the line, you'll be fine with whatever you get.

Drilling multiple times is fine. As long as the holes aren't overlapping (or within a few mm of each other) there's no issue.
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