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Naxo Mounts

Postby badger4 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 10:44 am

I'm picking up a pair of Naxo bindings tonight, problem is I have no idea how to mount these puppies and even if i did, i'm afraid of f-ing up my skis. I checked wildsnow.com and got a quick how-to from Lou's directions.

Anybody in the Denver area that knows how to mount bindings feel like drinking some good beers while helping me mount these? I don't have the tools or the space at my apartment. I'd like to get it done before the weekend. Let me know, any help will be rewarded with good beer.
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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby badger4 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:54 pm

Bump.

So i'll have to drink all this beer alone, then try and mount my skis? Uh-oh.
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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby ThinAir » Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:59 pm

Why don't you take 'em to Confluence, that's a rootsy little indy gear shop. I mean, since you don't have the skills, tools, or space. I'm sure the crew down there would be happy to drink your beer.
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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby LIV » Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:05 pm

You WILL ABSOLUTELY LOVE YOUR NAXO BINDINGS!!! :) I got mine mounted at Boulder SkiDeals when I purchased them. You might want to pay a pro to do it.

These bindings are so awesome -- I've never had one single problem with them.

HAVE FUN AND GREAT SKIING!

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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby SkiBum1287 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:17 pm

I got a pair off tramdock.com several weeks ago, and just recently mounted them. I could probably help you out, but I'm not sure when a good time will be. I've got several classes and labs in the next couple of days, so maybe Friday?

I'll send you a PM.

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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby badger4 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 2:39 pm

I checked with Confluence and it is $35. I understand that i spent a bunch of money on the set-up and what's $35 more. Not that much i guess. I just want to learn how to do it.

LIV-Good to hear the postive feedback. Do you ski primarily in-bounds or out?

SkiBum-PM Sent.
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Re: Naxo Mounts

Postby ThnkSno » Tue Jan 27, 2009 5:12 pm

How about skins? I just mounted my Gotoma's with Naxo's but need some skins cut. Any recommendations?

Thanks.

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