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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by seant46 View Post
You have not been riding enough then cuz i bent those frames easily lol. Prob the worst bindings i have tried to be honest. They were last years models but i see kids with broken t9 bindings in the park all the time so i doubt they changed.

Yeah, I had 2008 Technine MFM Pro's and the frames on them bent after only a dozen times out. You could tell because when they were placed on a flat surface the inside of BOTH frames were raised up around the toe cap area. Speaking of toe caps, the material on those things tear apart really easy. Its easy to see why because they are so big and bulky and probably scrap on the ground with any fall. If they made them more streamlined it wouldn't be a problem.
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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 10:15 PM
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well i got them today and strapped them all on!!! i actually had loctite come on all my hardware which was a shock but i did the courtesy of adding some more myself just to be safe...gave them quite a cap strap adjust did come undone one time but that was it and i think it was because i didn't quite have them on well...after a few small adjusts they were Great...excellent response and the leather on the cap straps/straps were very heave problems with high backs or hardware coming loose...even took one hell of a nasty spill off a jump and still no problems with the ratchets either it seemed like after the first few runs my left rachet became very strong and had no problems locking down tight maybe because the use of it coming on and off?? i don't understand what people are riding but i don't see how they would be breaking on them like that...but for all you other riders who are more free ride and some park i would recommend these bindings for sure.. and im coming off of some drakes which were also very solid..i like these much better and its the 09s im talking about...08s were garbage
post #23 of 23 (permalink) Old 02-07-2013, 10:03 AM
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lasted 4 days...

Was in Telluride over winter break, fortunately for me they broke last day, last run. Working on getting store credit from at the moment so I can upgrade.

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Hopefully the image resolution isn't scaled down too much from uploading these. Basically the baseplate ripped on my front foot right where the plate disc screws into your board, so that was still screwed in and my boot with binding strapped to it came right off lol. Got to sled down on my board the rest of the way since I was on the middle of the mountain, that was pretty fun, no joke.
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