Post subject: Splitboard Parts/BM Missionary/Spark Ignition I Parts/LT Pin
Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 6:04 pm
Joined: Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:32 am Posts: 530 Location: Rawesome, BC
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Spark LT Pins - SOLD Pins only, no touring brackets. Approx. 10-15 day tours on these. These are for the older Ignition I, Ignition II or Fuse split board bindings. Not compatible with the steel Voile touring brackets or newer Spark Blaze or Burner bindings.
1st Gen Spark Mr. Chomps Splitboard Crampons - SOLD Size Regular (inside width of 138mm). Never used, never seen snow/ice. Only wear is from trying them out in the living room. Not compatible with Voile dual heel risers without modification. If intending to use these with the Spark LT touring brackets, you will need to remove & replace the plastic bars with the narrower ones that came with your LT brackets.
Various pairs of Bent Metal Missionary Bindings, breathe new life into your Spark Ignition I's - $80 for the lot
One pair used once, a little surface wear on the aluminum from folding the highback. Buckles, straps, ladders, etc... in excellent shape.
One pair used loads, look pretty beat, still functional. Buckles, straps & ladders a variety of parts from older Bent Metals. (See Rome Notch below for pics)
One partial pair, highbacks & ankle straps only, no toe straps, heel cups or bases. Were originally part of a pair of Spark Ignition I's (base plates dead, heel cups sold). Pretty beat as well, still functional.
Will separate but would like to offload all together if possible.
Voile Slider Plates - SOLD Include gaskets & one (1) touring pin, think I loaned out the other way back.
Voile DIY Pucks - CLAIMED The old 4 hole pucks, only really good for a forward goofy stance unless you're feeling creative.
158 Rome Notch - $150 Probably ridden 10 days total over the last 3 seasons. Nicks & scratches from hanging around in the lift line. Full camber, full wood core, would make an excellent DIY split (I split the 172 Swallowtail Notch last year, excellent results). Not desperate to sell & may keep it around and do just that. (Bindings mounted are 2nd pair as described above).
M/L Avalung 2 - SOLD Worn maybe twice, only use to make Darth Vader noises. Honestly it's annoying when attempting to change layers & it doesn't offer any input when making decisions in avalanche terrain. But if you're training for Alaska, an indispensable bit of kit.
Mountain Hardware Lamina -30 Sleeping Bag - $150 Synthetic bag, used car camping once last winter. Not an excellent cook nor does it give blow jobs; just a big, cushy sleeping bag with warm folds to trap you & keep you cozy... like your first girlfriend.
Bongo Balance Board - $50 Excellent for parties to test sobriety.