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Do you think you could mount the new line bindings on non line skis if you could somehow get special holes put in similar to the new line skis? or do you think they would pull out because they weren't put in place during the manufacturing process??
they would most likely pull out. But there should be some sort of interface to mount em on any ski coming soon. :)
They would def pull out, the cores on most skis are strong enough to hold those drill holes, especailly the salomons with their shitty ass foam core
sounds like a lot of people read the Q&A on line skis.com lol
you could mount them using plugs (for snowboards) you would drill out the hole from teh bottom of the ski and then use a little p-tex and your done, BUT the ski might not ski properly. Not sure if I would want to test this theory on new skis.
You must be this tall>>>>>>
To ride this Ride!
don't try to mount it, i talked to a rep awhile back and he said they will have model next year that will work with any ski, if you mount it on a non-line ski you'll either mess things up or rip them out and ruin the skis
the magazine is called 'POWDER' cool! - my stupid non-skiing friend
Does anybody know how much these bindings will run and when they will be available? I am looking at the Mothership and I am very interested in Line's bindings as well. Thanks
bindings out in stores december 1st, pre-order the bindings so you are gauranteed a pair. prices, depending on the shop you go to, 350 to 180.
Just Huck It.
Are you stalking me? because that would be super.
I would think that they would pull out since most bindings have 8 drill points, the new binding has only 4
sarcasm is a wonderful thing
Pre-ordered my line binding yesterday.
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how much? from where? and is there 2 models? w
i wont drop out of high school for skiing, mom
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