ok, bored, and should be getting work done. so, here are my bindings, which are a hybrid between my favorite Racestock Look/Rossi parts.
the heels began life as your standard issue FKS 120, brand new. didnt do too much to them, other than disassemble, strip, and repaint the heelcup and plastic cover. the springs and din indicator were replaced with 13 Din Springs, primarely to match the toe. i have a set of 15 din springs floating around, but honestly, with a 328mm bootsole, and a recouping ACL, i just dont need that high a din. i picked the new style heel because of the Aluminum half-circle screw plate (VS the old plastic ones), and the more precise riveted forward pressure arms.
Now the Toe Piece, is an older style look toe, not sure of its designation. but they kick ass. the whole toe wing assembly, is one SOLID chunk of aluminum, and the forward part is fiber reinforced nylon. they are TOUGH. there is an upper block, that puts differing amounts of pressure on the toe of the boot. Along with this, theres a lil switch on the base (that yellow guy), and it changes where that toe-wing-block rotates from in an upward release fall. sweet shit. they are definitely the best skiing toe pieces ive ever ridden, and while the release is still fairly mechanical (like most race bindings), its still got a better release pattern than most current racestock stuff.
anyway, these guys were in DECENT shape when i got them, so i stripped them down to EACH individual part, cleaned, degreased, and reassembled everything. painted to match.
anyway, yea, thats my latest project. they are pretty dank.