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 Post subject: I Need a Phantom/Dynafit measurement
PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 1:43 pm 
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Can someone with a lovely set of these bindings measure and tell me the distance from the center of the two back screws (the ones toward the tail) for mounting a dynafit toe piece with a Phantom adapter, to the front point of the dynafit toe piece (the point farthest to the nose of the board. I'm looking to get a climbing bracket as far to the nose as possible with the layout of inserts working right for phantoms or a soft binding set up. Thanks in advance!

I'm also looking for the widest point of a spark binding and light rail (not from toe to heel, but across the binding the narrower way) thanks again!


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 Post subject: Re: I Need a Phantom/Dynafit measurement
PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2014 12:14 am 
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you post is a lil confusing....
but if this is what you mean?
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then theres a couple things to note... that's the speed super light binding... and that's about 3.5" from the tip of the lever to the back inserts... but the binding is in the open position. you can snap it closed and then your clearance in front of those rear inserts will start at about 2.5"...
but if you get the speed radicals, the distance when closed is just over 3"... but that lever sits at more of an angle, with the tip of the lever about 2" off the deck, from the deck to about 1" off it you have open space forward from about 2.5" in front of those inserts, so pretty similar to the super light really, if your binding stack is less than an inch tall.
if that makes any sense.

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 Post subject: Re: I Need a Phantom/Dynafit measurement
PostPosted: Fri Nov 28, 2014 8:08 am 
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Exactly, thanks for the precise and thorough answer karkis. :thumpsup:


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