if the ski is like 1cm or less larger than the brake you can just bend them to fit around the waist of the ski.
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elizabeth is 110 waist. so im guessing wide and then bend it.
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i have looks with wide brakes on my lizas, you just have to bend the brake a lot. the part that's trickiest actually is that look/rossi doesn't make a binding jig more than 100mm wide, so you should make sure you get someone really experienced to mount your skis, cuz it'll be a freehand job and you don't wanna fuck it up.
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Any shop that deals with Powder boards can mount your Elizabeths using a jig template. Some shops are just to lazy to get one or make one. If they are not confident enough to mount a 86mm waist then you may want to purchase them from a shop that knows how to mount them.
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$50 off a binding or anything else if you buy the skis. Free mounting and shipping, just give a boot sole length. No Sales Tax.