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  1. #5826
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaka View Post
    I can't seem to find the post/thread where someone (rfconroy?) shared a centerline finder tool, either available as open source to print or to purchase? I'd appreciate a pointer, thanks.
    buy the Slidewright one

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  2. #5827
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinord View Post
    Sweet. That is a vintage SkiVisions Base Flattener you’ve got. Awesome! And Kwik silcone spray, too.


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    Good eye.

    Also still rockin the SV side/base edge shaper with a good assortment of the inserts.
    watch out for snakes

  3. #5828
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    Edit: Ah nvm I RTFM'd.
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  4. #5829
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    G3 ION remount due to new Scarpa BSL being shorter by 9mm for 27 mondo from Maestrale to 4-Quattros. The heel adjustment was maxed out so shifted the heels forward 15mm. BSC is 5mm forward.

    The new G3 ION binding layout tool is spot on:

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  5. #5830
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    Anyone have some extra BF inserts laying around they could part with? Need to check what I have left, but know I’m shy of the 16 needed.

  6. #5831
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    PSA: Mount your own fucking skis.

    no but I found these when I was looking

    anyone need ‘em? cheep

    1/4” drill bit with collar stop, tap and handle, hole deburring tool



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    Last edited by ~mikey b; 11-28-2022 at 07:36 AM.
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  7. #5832
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaka View Post
    I can't seem to find the post/thread where someone (rfconroy?) shared a centerline finder tool, either available as open source to print or to purchase? I'd appreciate a pointer, thanks.
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4744005

    Got a bunch of templates uploaded there too
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  8. #5833
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    insert mounting tools


    1/4” drill bit with stop collar and proper tap

    $20 shipped
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  9. #5834
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    PSA: Mount your own fucking skis.

    Done and dusted.

    192 UL GPOs — with 8cm of the tails cut off by @calibrit

    3rd Mount and found space for radical 2.0s - 1.5 cm behind the line.

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  10. #5835
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  11. #5836
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    been at the mount bench way to many hours the past month but its that time of year
    did another mono the other day dont like paper templates but not much choice

    kinda want one

    did a few add canting mounts for a mag

    do a lot of cast mounts these days
    they hooked us up with shop/bro form so i grabbed a pair and finally got around to mounting my own
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  12. #5837
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    fkna
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  13. #5838
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    Quote Originally Posted by Climber Joe View Post
    PSA for mags in SW Montana. I have mounting jigs for dynafit(some models), look/rossignol, and marker. Happy to assist anyone with a mount.
    Are you in Bozeman? I was looking for a dynafit jig in Helena.

  14. #5839
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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum View Post
    been at the mount bench way to many hours the past month but its that time of year
    did another mono the other day dont like paper templates but not much choice

    kinda want one
    That’s still a thing?

    And here I thought telemarking was stupid (tm).

  15. #5840
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    you caught Mono
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  16. #5841
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    Anyone have a pivot jig (slc) or know where to get a paper template. I don’t really trust myself using a template but I need a few skis remounted due to a boot change


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    Quote Originally Posted by old mexico View Post
    Anyone have a pivot jig (slc) or know where to get a paper template. I don’t really trust myself using a template but I need a few skis remounted due to a boot change


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    Check these out:

    Minimum & Maximum Boot Sole Lengths
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  18. #5843
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    Damn that’s pretty slick- 3d printed I’m assuming?


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  19. #5844
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    Thoughts on the stepped drill bits vs a stop collar, either for freehand use or in a press. Haven't tried this yet and dont want to screw it up

  20. #5845
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    IME collars or a ductape mark will slip BUT you can drill thru a 1.5" piece of wood and slip the bit up/down in the chuck so you only get the amount of drill bit you need, drill thru the center of a wine bottle cork works well

    or buy a bit
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  21. #5846
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    Trying to figure out how my wife and son can share the same set of touring skis with different bsl's of 264 and 297. I have a set of DF's with adjustable range of 25mm. ATK Crests only have 20mm adjustability. Aside from inserts, are there any other options?

  22. #5847
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    Quote Originally Posted by slcdawg View Post
    Trying to figure out how my wife and son can share the same set of touring skis with different bsl's of 264 and 297. I have a set of DF's with adjustable range of 25mm. ATK Crests only have 20mm adjustability. Aside from inserts, are there any other options?

    cut someone’s toes off…. But ya inserts are probably the best bet. One set of heels, 2 sets of toes. You may be able to share some toe holes too depending on what you are mounting for toe patterns. I don’t have time to figure it out but its worth a mock up.

  23. #5848
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    Quote Originally Posted by slcdawg View Post
    Trying to figure out how my wife and son can share the same set of touring skis with different bsl's of 264 and 297. I have a set of DF's with adjustable range of 25mm. ATK Crests only have 20mm adjustability. Aside from inserts, are there any other options?
    ATK does have a longer travel version of the crest that is 50mm travel. I think its the crest 10 rental and some of the rebrands have this version also...Kastle, Masjesty, maybe others. I have a pair of the kastle version of these I bought from this place last spring, the exchange rate makes buying from Europe cheap right now.
    https://www.oliunid.com/kastle-tour-...alpinismo.html

    Of course you will end up with one ~1.5cm forward and the other back.

  24. #5849
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoVT Joey View Post
    cut someone’s toes off…. But ya inserts are probably the best bet. One set of heels, 2 sets of toes. You may be able to share some toe holes too depending on what you are mounting for toe patterns. I don’t have time to figure it out but its worth a mock up.
    I think DF toes are the same width. You could do inserts for the toes and just move them up one set of holes. With the heel adjustment might get you the 60ish mm you need.

  25. #5850
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    I have a pivot jig. Pm me


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