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Reflex Bond plate

TDETTDET Posts: 67 Baller
edited June 2012 in Skis Fins Bindings
Ballers I just ordered a new ski after 17 years on the same one
(Goode 9960 mid) . Im putting T-Factors on And I can bear to drill holes in a new ski.
I was thinking about putting the bondplate on the ski.
Any one have this setup? Good -bad -ugly?
Thanks TDET

Comments

  • MrJonesMrJones Posts: 1,770 Open or 55K Rated Skier
    I have not seen the Reflex plate, but I know Teammalibu can make you a G10 plate to replace the metal ones on your bindings. Just dual lock that down tight and be done with it.
  • epyscsepyscs Posts: 73 Baller
    Yes I have a bondplate on my current ski. As far as I am concerned it works really well. I havent given it much thought but it seems well built and the bolts are plently long enough. I have a few cup washers on the ones behind my rear kicker just so the bolt sits more flush on the nut. I could have chopped them down but this was good enough.
  • slalom frogslalom frog Posts: 103 Baller
    I used it on a ski that I set up several years ago. I was very happy with it. Nice and clean. Took a little time to set it up properly, but nothing outrageous.
  • TDETTDET Posts: 67 Baller
    I went with the Bondplate,
    A little pricey but it worked out very nice.
    It mounted easy and fit my bindings.
    Thanks for the info!
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