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#1 Mon, Sep 13, 2010 12:26 AM

eschmidt
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O'Brien Bio High Wraps on HO Monza blank

I just brought home a used 2005 HO Monza 66" blank to try out, and I wanted to mount my O'Brien Bio High Wrap bindings to it. Can I do this and keep the bindings in the right spot on the HO? The holes seem further back on the Monza, and it looks like the bindings will be too far back, but I'm not experienced enough to know. If I can't mount the bindings using the stock holes, what do I have to do to make new holes (after I buy it of course). Is this even possible? Thanks.

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#2 Mon, Sep 13, 2010 2:10 PM

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Re: O'Brien Bio High Wraps on HO Monza blank

Just grab a tape measure and measure 29" to the heel of the front boot. That would be the stock position for the 66" ski. That might not be the center hole on the plate, even on Animal bindings, so you need to measure. There's no good reason to drill a ski these days. If the plates don't fit change the plate.

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