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  1. #526
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    Anyone got 400 Euro burning a hole in their pocket? Check these slick Pivots out.

    https://www.snowleader.com/pivot-15-...LOOK00172.html

  2. #527
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    The brake assembly spare parts - are those the entire heel units sans dildo? Wondering if I can mount them on skis and hot swap dildos as needed.

    Also I'm thinking that seems easier than quiver killer-ing entire heel units, so if anyone can comment on that it'd be much appreciated (mostly thinking the change over would be easier - just put some hard stop on the dildo screws and it's 2 easy screws vs. 4 kind of finnicky ones that need vibra-tite).

  3. #528
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigSki View Post
    The brake assembly spare parts - are those the entire heel units sans dildo? Wondering if I can mount them on skis and hot swap dildos as needed.

    Also I'm thinking that seems easier than quiver killer-ing entire heel units, so if anyone can comment on that it'd be much appreciated (mostly thinking the change over would be easier - just put some hard stop on the dildo screws and it's 2 easy screws vs. 4 kind of finnicky ones that need vibra-tite).
    Yes you can just swap the dildos and leave everything else on the ski. Idk if thereís any downside to doing it repeatedly but canít imagine there is as long as you keep the threads somewhat greased


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    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

  4. #529
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigSki View Post
    The brake assembly spare parts - are those the entire heel units sans dildo? Wondering if I can mount them on skis and hot swap dildos as needed.

    Also I'm thinking that seems easier than quiver killer-ing entire heel units, so if anyone can comment on that it'd be much appreciated (mostly thinking the change over would be easier - just put some hard stop on the dildo screws and it's 2 easy screws vs. 4 kind of finnicky ones that need vibra-tite).
    It'll work, but I actually think swapping the dildos back and forth is more annoying than doing inserts on the whole heel unit. Yeah, it's fewer screws, but they're trickier to install and you have to go back and forth between the two sides to thread them on and off incrementally.

  5. #530
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    I'd second that, it's a pain in the ass.

  6. #531
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    Change of plan...anyone holding 75mm brakes? For 85mm ski

  7. #532
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASmileyFace View Post
    Anyone got 400 Euro burning a hole in their pocket? Check these slick Pivots out.

    https://www.snowleader.com/pivot-15-...LOOK00172.html
    They've gone plaid!!!

  8. #533
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brasso View Post
    it's a pain in the ass.
    That is relative.
    With a drill it is extremely quick and easy.
    Do what you like, Like what you do.

  9. #534
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASmileyFace View Post
    Anyone got 400 Euro burning a hole in their pocket? Check these slick Pivots out.

    https://www.snowleader.com/pivot-15-...LOOK00172.html
    Those are rad.
    I’ll have to order two pair cuz I don’t like the mismatched look.
    Do what you like, Like what you do.

  10. #535
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    Hey folks, I'm looking for pivots in the $100 - $150 range. I ski an 8 din so the higher pivots probably won't work. Needs to fit a 104. Prefer black or gold if available.

    Thanks!

  11. #536
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    Quote Originally Posted by CirqueScaler View Post
    Hey folks, I'm looking for pivots in the $100 - $150 range. I ski an 8 din so the higher pivots probably won't work. Needs to fit a 104. Prefer black or gold if available.

    Thanks!
    I've got some minty pivot 12, 115 brake. Can't remember if they're GW compatible or not if it matters. I'd let em go for $125 plus shipping. PM if interested

  12. #537
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    Whoís got my 85mm full set?


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  13. #538
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwat View Post
    Uhh 75s on 83 should be mint.
    Thanks for the tip. They seem to be working fine.

  14. #539
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    Quote Originally Posted by detuned View Post
    I've got some minty pivot 12, 115 brake. Can't remember if they're GW compatible or not if it matters. I'd let em go for $125 plus shipping. PM if interested
    Sent you a PM - I'll hop in line behind CirqueScalar

  15. #540
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    Not sure how much p14 toes go for?, excellent shape, maybe skied 5 times?

    Any offers here?

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    You took too much man, too much, too much

  16. #541
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcd View Post
    I have an almost identical set of FKS 185s that I bought on here from nyskirat last year but never used or mounted. All gold, so they'll get you laid. $130 plus shipping?
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    What's the brake width?

  17. #542
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    Anyone got a spare set of 115 brake assemblies?


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    Quote Originally Posted by other grskier View Post
    well, in the three years i've been skiing i bet i can ski most anything those 'pro's' i listed can, probably

  18. #543
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    Looking for one clear plastic faceplate thing for p18/15... anyone holding?


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  19. #544
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    I am looking for at least one pair of the 4mm or 5mm toe riser shims for my Pivots, and/or Gripwalk AFDs, preferably with the longer screws to go with. Anyone got anything?

  20. #545
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    I can probably help you out there. I have one set, will dive into the parts bin tomorrow.
    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

  21. #546
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    FS: FKS/Pivot Bindings: Used complete sets, and parts, mix-and-match

    ISO some 12's, 14's or 15's. Rossi or Pivot are fine. Decent condition and pre-GW would be ideal. Have AT 14's for partial trade if that's up anybody's alley. Edit: 115 brakes
    Last edited by Falcon3; 12-15-2021 at 10:21 PM.

  22. #547
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powdurr View Post
    I am looking for at least one pair of the 4mm or 5mm toe riser shims for my Pivots, and/or Gripwalk AFDs, preferably with the longer screws to go with. Anyone got anything?
    Got your pm, I'll take a look in my parts box sometime in the next day or two as well, pretty confident I have a set or two if Phall doesn't.

  23. #548
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon3 View Post
    ISO some 12's, 14's or 15's. Rossi or Pivot are fine. Decent condition and pre-GW would be ideal. Have AT 14's for partial trade if that's up anybody's alley.
    I have a pair of black and gold 12 din I believe with either 75 or 85 mm brakes. Haven't had a chance to post em

  24. #549
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashidy View Post
    I have a pair of black and gold 12 din I believe with either 75 or 85 mm brakes. Haven't had a chance to post em
    Thanks, I forgot to post I need 115 brakes. Itís for a pair of New to me Bibbys

  25. #550
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    I have essentially new 12s Iím taking off my bibbys. Theyíre gripwalk though


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