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.Asain-SkiierCorrect me if I am wrong, but the WTR toe piece is also plastic, while the regular Pivot is metal.
VideogrooveHi guys, I had a lot of regular Pivot bindings mounted on my skis, but today ski-master mounted Pivot WTR's on my new skis, and I found that in Alpine mode white plate on upper bottom part of tips is sliding left and right (like in YouTube video below on 1:43), what is it and is all OK?
**This post was edited on Oct 7th 2018 at 11:37:51am
Rum_HamThats the AFD or anti friction device which allows the toe of the boot to release easier. They slide on marker bindings as well. This difference was necessary from the wtr and non-wtr pivots to allow rubber soled wtr boots to release smoothly and consistently.