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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 01:51 PM
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Question Durable and reliability of Flux Bindings?

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I recently bought the Flux Distortion bindings (brand new in spec snow shop), quite often the first time had to adjust them by using special screws with handle. In particular 10 times changed the angle of highback.

1) How reliable is the thread in sleeves of highback adjustment system? How many times can I adjust them without any harm? If I do it precise. What is number of adjustments he is targeted?

2) What is the total reliability of all connections (screws, threads, sleeves, straps, etc.)? And how often I can change the needed settings without any harm of bindings?

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Bump.

Curious as well since I recently acquired some Titans.
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Pretty reliable. As long as you do not cross thread them you should be fine.

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I have ridden my titan rk's for about a month or 2 now and have no complaints about durability so far. I ride 3-5 days a week by the way.
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