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Where can i find these?
I am needing a pair for some Hellbents im picking up.
They didn't make them this year so the only place you can buy them is on here or ebay. If there are any sites left that have, them I don't know.
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oh ok cool
Are they gonna be any good on Hellbents or should i go another way?
Hard work getting FKS brakes around hellbents, and narrow screw pattern makes them more prone to ripping out.
They are about the only downsides of those bindings
well im gonna be getting Hellbents by the end of the month and i need some ideas on bindings
its gonna be hard finding FKS
Any other bindings that will work good?
What DIN do you need?
Don't worry about it. The brakes are easy to bend, as long as you can follow directions. Heli-coil your heelpiece right away, and you won't have any problems.
I put them on my Ep Pros a few weeks ago.
You can find FKS bindings (and their Look equivalent) on here periodically, on eBay, proctorjones.com, and other places such as tgr forums.
My fujitives have a din of 6 right now
I need to up it i know
I just need some binding idea for Hellbents
How about Rossignol Axials?
If you have a larger boot sole length, or you're a smaller guy, or for several other reasons, your din is going to be lower. Who cares about what the number is. Nobody is going to judge you on the lift because they look down at your din setting.
Try the Marker Jesters. Those are dope! Made for fat skis, wide brakes are easy to get, all that...
cause im ejecting to often
Just havent changed them yet
Will this week
ok cool ill check them out
You don't need FKS clamps man...you'd be better off with something lighter (as the HB is a pretty heavy ski) and more suited to you, and a super fat ski...I'd say check out the Salomon STH 12...that's a good bet.
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