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I need help deciding by people who have ridden these...
I have a pair of ARV and a pair of Line Anthems from this year. I might need to sell one of them in order to buy bindings for another. I am an EC park rat basically with a couple trips to VT and some in the Poconos where I have ridden powder. I hear that the anthems are great for park and such but would they be wide enough and with a center mount not tip dive? also how do the arv ride..they are the 05 model pretty much great condition. i heard they are a little bit stiffer so i was thinking about even keeping both and skiing both but having a ski at a 93 waist and a ski at a 95 waist just doesnt seem to be worth it and shell out the extra money to buy bindings for both. Im 6'0 and am 175 lbs. Like i said mainly park but love to ski around a lot too.
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Why not just get one pair of bindings and switch them out between skis? it wouldn't take that long to take the bindings of and put them on the other pair. Just have your shop drill both skis for the same pair and switch them between the two.
i would keep the armadas and sell the anthems TO ME!!!
well seeing as your worried about tip diving on the anthems, the question is will your ARV's be center mount too? if so 2mm difference in waist won't make anything of a difference.
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unfortunately u cant take bindings on and off skis like on a board. If you try to do this you'll strip the holes for the screws and either need to redrill new holes or use helicoils. A helicoil acts a bit like a wall plug for the screw, but you have to drill considerably larger holes to put in helicoils.
Personally I'd just buy used bindings or cheaper bindings ie ones that are on sale, get a salomon s912 instead of a 914, fks 120 instead of 155, unless you totally need a high din binding.
proctorjones have the rossi axial 120 for $139. Just take the risers off and use shorter screws if needed.
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