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11-07-2006, 07:04 PM #1Registered User
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Binding question for Line skis
I bought some 06 line mothership flites in a 162 a few months ago and was looking for some bindings to throw on them. I was planning on getting the line reactor 10 or 12 w/ freedom plate but didnt realize i would be dropping 350-400 when all was said and done. I was wondering if i could fit a different park/pow binding on it, assuming that the pre-drilled holes on the skis dont get in the way. If so, can i get some recommendations on a good binding around 150-200 that would fit the ski. Thx
11-07-2006, 07:11 PM #2
Regardless of price, don't get those reactors, even if someone gives them to you. In addition to being heavy, they break, loosen up- not just the screws holding the binding to the skis but they get bigger throughout the day until your boot is loose in the binding (my experience anyway) and the breaks stick out from the side making them easy to hook onto something if riding switch.
11-07-2006, 07:13 PM #3
They don't make the Reactor anymore AFAIK. Get some Axial 120's and call it good.
11-07-2006, 07:18 PM #4
It's my understanding that the quality of Line bindings ranges from somewhere between lousy and dangerous so I'd stay away from them.Originally Posted by Odin
11-07-2006, 08:52 PM #5
obviously they are not made anymore, and considering line hyped them as the FUTURESCHOOL for so long, that should tell you something. I talked with the rep and would not be suprized if 2-3 years down the road the ideas from the binding are incorperated into units from other companies. anywa
-Marker is devil on park skis. The afd in the toe is going to blow you out on switch landings as far as you are concerned. There are a myriad of other reasons why they lick my taint, but you can search those out.
-sollys 91x series, s900 series, all good, solid park clamps.
-look rossi p/12/14 I still like the turntable. call me oldschool
-tyrolia. mojo 15, ff15-17. I like the roller afd and diagnol heel. seem to hold up well.
those are the bindings that I would use and pretty much everyone will tell you to use on park skis, or any ski for that matter.
good luck, hit up gear swap and check posts before you go to a store. way better deals here.
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