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  1. #1
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    Solly 916 / s900

    Cleaning up, found a pretty clean set of 9-16 s900. All screws and hardware accounted for. Skinny brakes. Minor scuffing, with some deeper scratches inside the toe cup for some reason, but all afd's are there and no play/light use. $110 shipped to lower 48

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    These bindings are/were awesome. Is it possible the first time they were mounted, that they were on those new parabolic skis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powcom View Post
    These bindings are/were awesome. Is it possible the first time they were mounted, that they were on those new parabolic skis?
    Their first mount was your great-granny’s cooter and they will still be registering accurate release values and passing indemnification come the next apocalypse…


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    I don’t care for your tone in this instance. I highly doubt my great grammy would have had enough weight to get into the minimum din required here. +1 pt for indemnification though.

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    Solly 916 / s900

    Quote Originally Posted by powcom View Post
    I don’t care for your tone in this instance. I highly doubt my great grammy would have had enough weight to get into the minimum din required here. +1 pt for indemnification though.
    Legend has it yer gramcracker went hard af and what she lacked in lbs she compensated with full send…here’s to the old school. I’m sure she was 1000% solly. Respect.


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    🤟doing what we can here to keep Lhar’s $100, 20 year old bro clamps bumped to the top of the heap. Time for him to gift those to someone that needs them for a 6er.

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    I bet these are as solid or more so than all the 916 variants out there.

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    Nobody needs some granny steel? Thought the going rate for a steel 916 was about that, but feel free to offer up. For a 6 pack I'll keep them though.

    Might have some sth flat afd's around here to ditch the spheric toe and make them super bomber

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    The toe scratches are from racers riding surface lifts (or standing around) with their pole tips jammed in there while resting the pole grips in their armpits. It's super cool.
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    Replace the old-version AFD's with some from STH-16 (not from STH-12/14), and you have the STH Steel.

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