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  • ysb33r
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    Some Blunts

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/133302298638

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  • montigo
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    Nothing new around here...

    Sent from my MAR-LX1A using Tapatalk

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  • ysb33r
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    Beautiful Line 98s with bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/233254698873

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  • smith69085
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    Hi All

    I'm selling my old Rvl8 Revolt boards with Receptor bindings on ebay UK for anyone who is interested.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/264266219729

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  • ysb33r
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    Line Five-O 90s with bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/163568927536

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  • ysb33r
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    Line MNP 98s with bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Line-Mike....c100005.m1851

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  • Gingerninja
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    I made an offer on the KTPs, it was declined as they want £199. Will take my chance on auction. Looking for something a bit stiffer to compliment my RCs on the harder surfaces...

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  • ysb33r
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    Canon Heritage 90s with bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132947485729

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  • ysb33r
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    Rvl8 KTP 101s with Line bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RVL8-KTP-...d/273695344128

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  • ysb33r
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    Rvl8 Blunts - no bindings

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/233127560073

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  • Greco
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    Originally posted by j0hn View Post

    They were direct mounted toe and heel pieces - and definitely a factory thing, rather than consumer. They didn't have the standard 4x4 mounts in the middle, so a riser/adapter would be needed to fit any other bindings.
    That's how Line did it back in '98/'99 season. It was before the 4x4 FF Cam bindings.

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  • j0hn
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    Originally posted by Gromit View Post
    Ah yes, I remember those. Valmorel made the wooden risers and engineered the highbacks. He posted about the softboot project in this linked, thread.
    Just a thought, maybe you might post your experiences with the kit in that thread as my own experience was only at the snowdome? Which height risers have you used the most for example and why?
    I'll try and post up a something after I've been this March. I only get 2 or 3 days each year, so would be best to do it with a fresh memory.

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  • j0hn
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    Originally posted by cari66ean View Post
    Yes, I've noticed as well... and Line FF cam bindings not the Pro. Are they realistically priced between 125 and 175 GBP? Sounds a bit expensive to me, no?
    I just sold a set in similar condition (these ones are slightly better), for less than half their BIN price. So I'd say it was optimistic pricing! I did a double take at first, and thought someone was flipping mine!

    Originally posted by Toro View Post
    Iíve seen many instances, particularly on Jedis, where the bindings are really just the toe and heel piece and seem to be direct mounted. Was this a switch line made late in the game or just a common thing done by consumers? Also were they even adjustable at that point?


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    I struggled to find any info on the bindings when I listed mine, as I wanted to be as accurate as possible.

    They were direct mounted toe and heel pieces - and definitely a factory thing, rather than consumer. They didn't have the standard 4x4 mounts in the middle, so a riser/adapter would be needed to fit any other bindings.

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  • Toro
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    Iíve seen many instances, particularly on Jedis, where the bindings are really just the toe and heel piece and seem to be direct mounted. Was this a switch line made late in the game or just a common thing done by consumers? Also were they even adjustable at that point?


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  • Gromit
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    Originally posted by cari66ean View Post
    Yes, I've noticed as well... and Line FF cam bindings not the Pro. Are they realistically priced between 125 and 175 GBP? Sounds a bit expensive to me, no?
    Not Line FF Cams or Pros.
    Picture of Line FF Cams on Skiboard Review website.
    Picture of Line Pro on Skiboard Review website.

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