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by Simon
Saturday 16 August 2008, 17:40
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Cracked boot, plastic welding?
Replies: 30
Views: 11609

@ Schneewurm: you are right with all your questions, but I already know that and that does not help me. I really hoped that at least you know the plastic type of the AF shell? Please search one time again! For sure I'm looking for a good product, but that does not exist :-( PS: I cracked also the we...
by Simon
Thursday 14 August 2008, 18:07
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Cracked boot, plastic welding?
Replies: 30
Views: 11609

Thanks for the answers, even I did not hear what I liked to hear! At least I'm not the only one :wink: Yes, normally the binding is the weakest part in the system, but since I use the Ibex instead F2, this problem is solved. I used the boot for about 130 days in 3 years. I did not notice the crack w...
by Simon
Monday 11 August 2008, 12:04
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Cracked boot, plastic welding?
Replies: 30
Views: 11609

Cracked boot, plastic welding?

Hello I know it’s summer, but I need your help! The last day of my season on the Pitztal glacier in May was too much for my Indy. The shell of my rear boot cracked just above the heel. The crack is about 5 cm long and I did not notice anything on riding! Now I had the idea to weld the plastic. The p...
by Simon
Friday 15 February 2008, 22:34
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: IBEX Bindings
Replies: 4
Views: 2098

Hi Istvan

yes the ibex binding is fine, a little bit more lateral flex than the F2. and till now i didn't manage to break it and i even don't know anybody who broke it (not the old burtons).

have also a look here: viewtopic.php?t=4069&highlight=ibex

greets
simon
by Simon
Thursday 31 January 2008, 13:53
Forum: SWOARD boards: Extremecarver Gen5, Pro2 and Dual2
Topic: Ibex Speed TC suitable?
Replies: 13
Views: 10936

Hello

I ride both bindings and they both work fine. yes the Ibex is a little bit softer laterally.

In contrary to the F2, till now I have not managed to brake an Ibex bail.

simon
by Simon
Monday 7 January 2008, 15:08
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Deeluxe boot tuning (SAB----->MAB)
Replies: 36
Views: 21545

Hello topsinger I don't know if you have already remarked, but in the French part is a very big topic about spring modifications on Head Stratos boots. Arnauld has made a system very similar to yours, but with extra holes in the boot. To your solution, have you thought about what happens, if the sha...
by Simon
Wednesday 2 January 2008, 9:06
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Deeluxe boot tuning (SAB----->MAB)
Replies: 36
Views: 21545

montefuca wrote:In your opinion, which improvements could be made on your system?
To add an additional nut to change the preload of the backward spring in combination with a shorter and firmer backward spring.

Simon
by Simon
Sunday 23 December 2007, 12:06
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Deeluxe boot tuning (SAB----->MAB)
Replies: 36
Views: 21545

yes, I don't use the springs I mentioned in my first post any more, have a look to my sab topic last post. Even if I would use much harder springs, there isn't any side load on the rod, the load is charged only on pull (except with the back spring, but this one is very short).

simon
by Simon
Friday 21 December 2007, 9:06
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Deeluxe boot tuning (SAB----->MAB)
Replies: 36
Views: 21545

The auxiliary mounting holes are only necessary for the backward movement, because otherwise the upper aluminium part can bend outwards and there is the risk of bending the axis. With these two extra screws the system is mechanically well defined. The two holes in the plastic of the boot are really ...
by Simon
Wednesday 19 December 2007, 22:31
Forum: Forum auf Deutsch
Topic: Tiefschneetaugliches Raceboard?
Replies: 27
Views: 14464

Hi Martin wie wärs mit einem #TWO von Pureboarding, ein Carvingbrett, das eine genügend grosse Schaufel hat um auch in den Powder gehen zu können. Ist ein sehr vielseitiges Board das sich richtig carven lässt. Ich fahrs selbst in der 164 Version, es fühlt sich länger an als es ist. Schau hier www.pu...
by Simon
Monday 10 December 2007, 17:46
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Northwave Spring Mechanism replacement reloaded
Replies: 19
Views: 12667

well done dkryu :bravo:

that reminds me to install my new SAB with black anodized parts! but still without logo :(
by Simon
Tuesday 23 October 2007, 22:37
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: Deeluxe boot tuning (SAB----->MAB)
Replies: 36
Views: 21545

Hi Marko

cool, looks like mine ;)

hope you will like it also on the board.

are you going to anodise the alu parts?

greets simon
by Simon
Thursday 18 October 2007, 16:25
Forum: SWOARD boards: Extremecarver Gen5, Pro2 and Dual2
Topic: Best binding for Swoard?
Replies: 11
Views: 8200

Hi Mike yes, the binding works with intec heels, I also did that for a wile. just for fun one day I mounted the original heels and was surprised about the difference. the intec heel is way stiffer than the original and that is quite remarkable, gives you more lateral flex and vibrations are better a...
by Simon
Wednesday 4 April 2007, 19:01
Forum: Le coin des francophones
Topic: F2 race titanium
Replies: 3
Views: 3807

les differences entre les deux taille sont seulement les pièces de plastic qui sont monté sur la plate de base.

les étriers sont identiques.


les nouveau modeles n'ont aussi pas des ergots, seulement le diamèter a changé il y a quelques années. neuf 5.5 mm, vieux 5.0 mm

Simon
by Simon
Sunday 1 April 2007, 23:40
Forum: Forum auf Deutsch
Topic: Wo Kautschuk kaufen für Boardreperatur/schutz
Replies: 10
Views: 4770

Hallo Felix Ich hab am Brettende mit der Heissleimpistole eine kleine Wulst aufgetragen. Dabei ist wichtig möglichst elastischen Kleber zu verwenden, sonst bricht er in der Kälte weg. Bei Raumtemperatur müssen die Sticks richtig gummiartig sein, ich nehme solche von Pattex (wenn ich das noch richtig...