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What are the differences between the rossi fkx pros (din 5-14) and fks 140?
title says it all. picked up a pair at a swap for $75 wondering if there's any reason i shouldn't mount them on my blue steeles. I'm 5'9" 150 pounds type 3+ skier. my other option is a pair of rossi freeski2 140's, but I was going to mount those on my caylors.
there really is no difference, i have the fkx pros also and they are wonderful, they both perform like the fks and are great bindings, much better than the freeski2's you have, i also have the freeski2's (120) and prefer the fkx
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The FKX may have a different style toe piece depending on the year. But it really doesn't matter too much, you'll be fine with them on you're Blue Steeles.
Like people have said, there really Is no difference
However, if you need to fit them around pow skis it all comes down to whether or not you wanna bend the brakes a ton, the fkx are 75(?)mm standard, while the fks140 the new ones, come in a 110mm brake size.
It's not that bad though, I just bent the fks race 155s around my surface one lifes, which are
114mm underfoot I believe
geze toe, yea. no difference though, just a generational construction change, if you will.
Rossignol Scratch BC 178cm FS cheap!
Huge Troubles (115mm waist) FS $150
thanks for the information and +k everybody.
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