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  1. #5376
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    Mounting up some 207 4SK (with matching serial#s) but something isn't quite right....

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    Do what you like, Like what you do.

  2. #5377
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    I'm ready to join the self-mounters!

    Recently got a couple pairs of 2021 Marker Griffons and need the correct paper template so I can mount them up.

    I've searched, but can't find it (super-jong-mode)... can anyone point me in the right direction?

  3. #5378
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwat View Post
    Mounting up some 207 4SK (with matching serial#s) but something isn't quite right....

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    try tips to the left next time?

  4. #5379
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwat View Post
    Mounting up some 207 4SK (with matching serial#s) but something isn't quite right....

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    From the shavings, looks like different core construction? WTF?

  5. #5380
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    Quote Originally Posted by bovine View Post
    I'm ready to join the self-mounters!

    Recently got a couple pairs of 2021 Marker Griffons and need the correct paper template so I can mount them up.

    I've searched, but can't find it (super-jong-mode)... can anyone point me in the right direction?
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...yP?usp=sharing

    Use Bohrschablone_Marker-Jester-Griffon-Squire. Credit goes to various mags around here.

  6. #5381
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    Straighter than most porn stars. -------Thanks Wagner designs----- www.bindingfreedom

  7. #5382
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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMtnHound View Post
    From the shavings, looks like different core construction? WTF?
    One wood, one foam?

  8. #5383
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    Awesome, Thanks!!



    Quote Originally Posted by Brasso View Post
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...yP?usp=sharing

    Use Bohrschablone_Marker-Jester-Griffon-Squire. Credit goes to various mags around here.

  9. #5384
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    One wood, one foam?
    Ya itís weird.

  10. #5385
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    From selling them in that era I seems about right. Low quality


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  11. #5386
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    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    From selling them in that era I seems about right. Low quality


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    You sound like sfb

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  12. #5387
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    Come on, people were buying 3 pair to get through one season


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  13. #5388
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    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    Come on, people were buying 3 pair to get through one season


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    Haha, thanks for the review.
    I was hoping to have some fun on these but Iíll keep my expectations low.

  14. #5389
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    One wood, one foam?
    Were the retail ones foam and race room skis wood core at that point?

    Doesn't explain a mixed pair with matching serials, though.

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  15. #5390
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    Ok, I've lost track. What our current thinking on removing and replacing bindings using the same mount holes. I may need to pull off some pivot toes and replace them. Can I just use the same screws and holes with some new wood glue and the new toes?

  16. #5391
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    As long as the holes arenít shitty and spinning. They will be fine. New glue and send it.

  17. #5392
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    I have a bunch of inserts that have the same internal/external thread as BFs. They are open ended though. With epoxy at the bottom they should work, no?

  18. #5393
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    Bandit Man and I had a proper mounting party on Tuesday night in the famed Bandit garage. I'm not sure any individual has more skis. I had 4 sets I needed to get set, so we settled in with some fancy root beer and got to work.

  19. #5394
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    Oh my those Pink matchy matchy K2s are awesome lol

  20. #5395
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    Quote Originally Posted by EWG View Post
    Ok, I've lost track. What our current thinking on removing and replacing bindings using the same mount holes. I may need to pull off some pivot toes and replace them. Can I just use the same screws and holes with some new wood glue and the new toes?
    Using Old holes will be fine. Shave down any old volcanos, clean the old glue off the screw threads, use new glue, tighten until 1/4 turn before spinner tight.

  21. #5396
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    Season Equipment Forma 183 / Salomon STH2



  22. #5397
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathVan View Post
    Season Equipment Forma 183 / Salomon STH2
    Hey DeathVan, not to thread jack too much, but how did you like the Forma? Where did you mount? Why not Shifts or Duke PTs?

    I've just received mine, thinking about bindings and mount point.

    Probably should reply here https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...cussion-thread

  23. #5398
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Hubbs View Post
    Using Old holes will be fine. Shave down any old volcanos, clean the old glue off the screw threads, use new glue, tighten until 1/4 turn before spinner tight.
    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post
    As long as the holes arenít shitty and spinning. They will be fine. New glue and send it.
    Thanks boys. Consider it sent.

  24. #5399
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    Well. This was Powking Jr.ís first mount and wax. Nice job!

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  25. #5400
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    Just finished up a practice Mount on some old skis. I copied the paper templates onto a clear transparency and that really helped a lot. The digital caliper is crucial. One or two more practices and Iíll be ready for mounting my new skis. What a feeling of liberation!


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