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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-19-2012, 07:45 PM
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What's the best option for a sniff as shit binding? Looking at the Catek's but I've grown very used to the light C60s and the ratchets are smooth as butter. I wonder if I could find a pair of non-EST C60s somewhere?
I think the Burton Diodes are the replacement for the C60 and come in a non-EST variant.
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I think the Burton Diodes are the replacement for the C60 and come in a non-EST variant.
Yup... diodes come in est and standard versions.
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Yup... diodes come in est and standard versions.
and they are the shizz
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Those diodes look nice but I'm not so sure about that hinged heel cup business. I actually thought about making some aluminium adapter plates to mate my C60s to the Kessler.
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the 'hinge business' is only on the est version. Get the reflex version and it will fit on 4x4 AND not have the hinge. Mind you, the hinge only allows a small amount of lateral movement, similar to what you get naturally on reflex bindings
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the 'hinge business' is only on the est version. Get the reflex version and it will fit on 4x4 AND not have the hinge. Mind you, the hinge only allows a small amount of lateral movement, similar to what you get naturally on reflex bindings
Thanks, the non-EST version looks like it might be a good match for the Kessler... Now to decide if I want to pull the trigger and get this board.
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