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    Sticky: FWIW, last season I installed my 2010-11 Plum...

    FWIW, last season I installed my 2010-11 Plum Guide bindings in a Dynafit Manaslu ski that had previously been used with Dynafit Vertical ST bindings. I never noticed any different fore/aft spacing....
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    Sticky: Your shop has one of the old Dynafit...

    Your shop has one of the old Dynafit fixed-heel-position jigs? I had thought those were Euro-only distribution given how rare those bindings were here. (Or did the Low Tech Race have more of a...
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    Sticky: I don't have it yet, but Dynafit (U.S.) wrote me...

    I don't have it yet, but Dynafit (U.S.) wrote me that:
    "There is a new jig that does Radical, Vertical, Demo, etc and is color coded w/ a line diagram on the jig. Pretty much the only thing it...
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    Sticky: The new Dynafit jig does *not* have the pattern...

    The new Dynafit jig does *not* have the pattern for those old fixed-position bindings.
    My technique for mounting a fixed-position Dynafit heel has been to mount the toe first (as with all rando race...
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    Sticky: Was this supposed to have been followed by some...

    Was this supposed to have been followed by some sort of emoticon?
    Anyway, for all the Scarpa Spirit 3/4 boots (and others?) with the additional offset, this just highlights how ideally a Dynafit...
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    Sticky: Some Dynafit jigs use an alpine downhill toe jaw,...

    Some Dynafit jigs use an alpine downhill toe jaw, which is too narrow to allow an AT boot to be snugged up properly against the forward stop. This is easily fixed though by dremmelling out the sides...
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    Sticky: Other way around: you'll have to mount the toe...

    Other way around: you'll have to mount the toe first, insert the boot, then determine the heel unit mounting holes by aligning the heel unit and/or a template (if one is available?) with the boot...
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