In the past I have always skied on centermounted ski, I took my AR7's in to get remounted after getting new boots and despite drawing a line on true center and specifically telling them to mount it there, they still mounted them 2.5 back. I usually don't like making a big deal out of these things but should I take them back and try and get them remounted(it would be the third time mounting them) or should i just ski them how they are? Would i notice a difference with them back mounted?
Anyone know a good mount for volkl bridge? This will be most likely my last season on them but they are mounted way farther back than i usually like, even for an all mountain ski. They are mounted factory recommended freeride which i think is zero, the two other mounting places are +6 (true center) and +3 shizo series mount, i'm thinking of going +3 but what would the differences be right now? The ends of my bindings are less than a foot from the tail which i for some reason don't like. I wear a 27.5 boot by the way and i already have a pair of skis center mounted for park from last year so i would not use it in the park at all, as well this most likely will be my last season on them as i'm thinking of getting something wider for maybe some alpine touring next year as well as they are almost too short for me but ski like they are too long.
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My take is that style of skiing is called not giving a fuck and hanging out with good buds. We don't need a new style of skiing, we need a new attitude of skiing.-Mr.bishop
Nep.TunaWas the first mount at center? if so, they might have had to put the second mount a little back to be far enough away from the old holes.
This ^ also, I ride my symetrical layzrblaydz at about -1.10 and they kill it everywhere. Granted they are an All Mtn pow ski, and not ar7, you should be just fine. It will probably feel a little funny at first but you will get used to it
Thanks for the replies, so it sounds like maybe I should just leave them there? I skied yesterday and swingweight felt no different however skiing switch felt pretty weird. I maybe just need to get used to it though. Anyone else have any opinions on this?