Goode clear 250 inter lock

pgarskepgarske Posts: 9 Baller
edited July 2011 in Skis Fins Bindings
Just picked up my new mid ride with powershells - just standing on the carpet I am able to pull up slightly with either foot and seperate the clear 250 interlock. I never had this problem with my 9700 and powershells with the black 250. Had that set up for 3 years and never had issues. Could there be a bad batch of interlock? I am going to take it back to Goode and tell them I refuse to ski on it. Any ideas other than going back to my stradas?

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  • MrJonesMrJones Posts: 1,747 Open or 55K Rated Skier
    2 rows of 250?
  • pgarskepgarske Posts: 9 Baller
    It has four rows of the clear 250
  • scotchipmanscotchipman Posts: 4,100 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    edited July 2011
    I'm at Lake Powell with no computer and my files, will post chart for black 250 (3870) when I get back.
    - President of the Utah Water Ski Club
    - Owner at Still Water Lake Estates
  • Ed_JohnsonEd_Johnson Posts: 1,923
    Agree with Scot that Black 3870 is the best way to go. Can last for years. A lot of people liked the Clear because it was easier to remove. Easier because it didn't stick as well.
    Loving the new ZO Rev. S Plus Mode C3+
  • scotchipmanscotchipman Posts: 4,100 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Below is the chart for black 250 Dual Lock (3870).

    < 120 lbs 2 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, four total.
    120-140 2.5 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, five total.
    140-160 3 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, six total.
    160-180 3.5 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, seven total.
    180-200 4 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, eight total.
    200-220 4.5 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, nine total.
    >220 5 one inch wide strips of 250 Dual Lock on the ski and plate, ten total.

    * One strip of 250 Dual Lock being the typical length (28.5") of a G-10 plate.
    - President of the Utah Water Ski Club
    - Owner at Still Water Lake Estates
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