just got some sticks 100 mm underfoot. i have fks 120's right now, best bindings ever on my scratches. there is one german shop that sells a freeride version of the fks 120's from just a year or two back which has a 105 mm brake. legit binding. but that's the only place i can find that sells 'em... i don't want 185's or 155's. i don't want to pay 270 bucks usd for some fks 120's from germany just so i can have the wide brake. SO, using regular fks 120's, would it be advised/suggested to straighten out the brakes and bending them in a different spot so they fit over my skis? i just don't wanna pay the price of two bindings for one with wide brakes. thankss.
"hey, where's JP?"
"we should go outside man."
"OH a FU**ing flag!"
"looks like JP's backpack..."
"OH SH**, that was huge?!"
"Nothing is impossible. You are only limited by fear and even that you can overcome."
"a simple equation:
force of impact + force of steeze = 0
the two negate each other. for eric, stomping a 60 ft cornice switch is like jumping on a really soft hotel mattress." - ChronicF explaining why Eric Pollard still has knees.
most important thing - make sure not to bend the metal plate on the bottom, or else its really hard to get back on with the tabs. and putting the spring back in before the half circle metal piece is also easier.
ill be super rich and own mt.hood and let everybody from ns ski for free... except freezed