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  1. #776
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    If they don’t help you out I’ve got a toe that’s broken but has the part you need. You can have it.
    Appreciate it. PM sent.

  2. #777
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    a metric shit ton of info here

    can anyone give me cliff's notes for mounting Tecton with Jigarex plates?
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~mikey b View Post
    a metric shit ton of info here

    can anyone give me cliff's notes for mounting Tecton with Jigarex plates?

    I'm a noob with mounting tech bindings and Jigarex
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

  4. #779
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    Feeler on a brake swap, have the 110 which will probably fit up to a 120 and want one for a 95 ish.

  5. #780
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    How far past stop is too far?

    Is this too far past stop? How much damage to the binding could this do? Is this remount worthy? Am I gonna die?

    I would prefer not to remount, but I donít want to do any harm to the bindings or myself. Right now my plan is to ski/skin them very easy to test.

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  6. #781
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    Too much stress/ leverage on the mounting track that could result in it permanently deforming or breaking
    Last edited by NorCalNomad; Yesterday at 11:07 AM.
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  7. #782
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenmonkey View Post
    Is this too far past stop? How much damage to the binding could this do? Is this remount worthy? Am I gonna die?

    I would prefer not to remount, but I don’t want to do any harm to the bindings or myself. Right now my plan is to ski/skin them very easy to test.

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    You could get a demo track and possible reuse some holes:

    https://www.telemark-pyrenees.com/fr...RoCa0AQAvD_BwE

    Maybe someone here knows how the holes match up.

  8. #783
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    Thank you NCN and ISBD!

    Iíll look into the demo tracks; that might be good anyway as I could see a different boot creating another problem in the future if BSL is even lower.

    Anyone else have experience with this situation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenmonkey View Post
    Thank you NCN and ISBD!

    I’ll look into the demo tracks; that might be good anyway as I could see a different boot creating another problem in the future if BSL is even lower.

    Anyone else have experience with this situation?
    I bought a pair of Steeples last Spring with Vipec demo tracks. At most, you'll be able to reuse only two of your std. Vipec track's holes, and will have to drill 4 new holes.

    Shown below, is the mounted demo track, along with the standard track beneath it (4 holes). The stop line on the demo tracks is puzzling. It makes no sense. The tip of the ski is at the left, so you'd expect the front (left) stop line to be further left, and the right (rear) one to be inline with the one on the standard track

    Don't be a weenie. Suck it up, plug and drill . Post #409 in this thread is the Steeples (#408 is another project): https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...10#post5931310



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