Joal

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The grease in the heel pieces was actually sticky in these ones. I have always taken a look at the spring in the toe and added a little fresh grease but this time I decided to take it completely apart as the heel pieces were so bad. Everything looks good though. The plastic heel covers are badly chewed from poles so I will replace them with a little nicer ones from the parts box.

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Most of the well used Forza are missing the afd but this stuff seems to be identical thickness. Found a reference to it on an old thread at TGR and can be found on ebay.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Teflon-PTF...var=413146433763&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649

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race spring din 7-14 with black paint and din 3-10 red paint
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and a little miscellaneous, did not realize the ZR toe afd is height adjustable maybe 2 mm. Maybe hard to tell from the pics but the sides slide forward and back.

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Joal

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Found a nice pair Z7 din 5-13 that compliments the Authier 190s. Ready to ski, these will be a fun ride. Interesting, the bindings came off some nondescript K2 carbons made in Norway. Like the Rossignol made in Spain.

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Looking around the shop for some other interesting combos, may happen, maybe not.
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Uncle-A

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Found a nice pair Z7 din 5-13 that compliments the Authier 190s. Ready to ski, these will be a fun ride. Interesting, the bindings came off some nondescript K2 carbons made in Norway. Like the Rossignol made in Spain.

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Looking around the shop for some other interesting combos, may happen, maybe not.
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I think our member @Joal has thing for matching bindings and skis by color scheme, but I am sure there are lots of people that do the same.
 

Joal

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I think our member @Joal has thing for matching bindings and skis by color scheme, but I am sure there are lots of people that do the same.
It is a bit of a thing. Good skis and good bindings that happen to match is a cool thing for retro day and beyond.
 

Dan

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I think that the bindings are older than the K2 skis they are mounted.
Indeed, 1973/4 most likely for the bindings and 1975/6 most likely for the skis. They must have gotten a great sale price on the leftover bindings:).
 

Uncle-A

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Indeed, 1973/4 most likely for the bindings and 1975/6 most likely for the skis. They must have gotten a great sale price on the leftover bindings:).
I think the bindings might be even older than you think. They could have been removed off an older pair of skis and remounted on the K2's.
 
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