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Mojo 7.5 binding expansion
i just bought a new pair of skis and new boots. new boots are larger than my old boots and im keeping my old skis for urban and other shit. the bindings on my old skis are the mojo 7.5s and they are set for a 25 boot and i now have a 27.5 i know how to fix the din but i need to move back the heel piece. i dont want to waste money at my local shop can i easily fix them at my house
get new bindings
sorry i was being a dick, didnt realize you said your old skis. im not sure if you can adjust those bindings that much, but there should be a piece of metal you wedge up in the back of the heelpiece that will allow it to slide
i have new bindings for my new skis i just want to keep my old skis for urban (smaller rails) but im low on cash
yea i see that piece should i just put the boot in to measure it up ?
Yes and no. When you click the boot in the middle of the metal tab (or as close to it as possible) should line up with the arrow or the end on the plastic. Or there may be a little window where a line or metal pin needs to fall in the middle. Kind of hard to explain because I've never dealt with these bindings specifically. Make sure you get it right though, if the forward pressure is off your bindings won't work.
i was going to go for a quad daffy but i was like, why huck? -mommy
your probably going to have to get your bindings remounted
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I have rossi freeski 110's. I went from a 25/25.5 youth ski boot to a 27/27.5 lange. I didn't have to get my bindings remounted.
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I have the exact same bindings on my old skis that I used for 3 years, and in that time my foot went from a 25 to a 27. When you click up the heel peice, you should see a metal tab about half an inch wide, stick a flat screwdriver under it and it should click up. I haven't messed around with them in a while, but Im pretty sure after that you can slide the heel piece back, and then push the tab back down. Its pretty easy, you should be able to do it without any help from a shop
Ok your a goon, but whats a goon to a goblin?
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