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  1. #1
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    WTB - Salomon STH 12 Driver

    Brake width doesn't matter, I have brakes. Just trying to reuse holes, and need something lower/12din and still indemnified. Name:  822960.jpeg
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  2. #2
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    I have some nice condition STH16 for sale. Not sure how low is low

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    Thanks, but have several sets of 14/16 here, need the lower 12 din

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    WTB - Salomon STH 12 Driver

    Take it you need driver toe for boot compatibility? It seems like most sth 12 I’ve ever seen are z. Holes are same except you’ll need to add the center toe screw and plug the other unused 2

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  5. #5
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    Yeah, looking for the toe height adjust for various boots. Have some nice 912s here, but they fell off the indemnification list this year and won't fly

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    I did... but because they are off the list, no shop will release test them, which she wants due to prior injury

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahar View Post
    I did... but because they are off the list, no shop will release test them, which she wants due to prior injury
    Maybe bring a sixer/twelver to the dudes in the back? I’ve had shops test my OG Sollis and while they’ll “fail visual inspection,” the techs were usually cool with checking the release values.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lahar View Post
    I did... but because they are off the list, no shop will release test them, which she wants due to prior injury
    I've always thought the indemnification list was odd.

    If a binding is tested and passed it should be good to go, no? Unless there are obvious stress fractures or something.

    Which is my way of saying they should just test them for you.

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    Last edited by Shorty_J; 01-03-2020 at 10:06 PM.
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