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January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« on: 01/01/17, 02:07 PM »

I lost a metal Phantom Splitboard binding between the upper C lot of Crystal and near the top of East Peak, likely closer to the parking lot. I'll reward the finder/returner, since replacing it would cost me. It is a crampon step-in style, almost all metal (dark red, dark grey and black). Thank you!
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #1 on: 01/01/17, 02:09 PM »

Message me on TAY, email at nedski@hotmail.com or call me at 253-380-9002
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #2 on: 01/02/17, 05:45 AM »

How much does the part cost new?
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #3 on: 01/02/17, 07:55 AM »

How much does the part cost new?
I have not looked into that yet.
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #4 on: 01/02/17, 12:35 PM »

Oh man, that's rough! Fingers crossed it turns up. If you end up needing to replace it, you can buy replacement bindings for cheaper than the full setup: http://www.phantomsnow.com/shop/reconditioned-binding-packages. You might try reaching out to them as well about buying just one binding--they may be able to offer you a discount on that.
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #5 on: 01/03/17, 06:12 PM »

Oh man, that's rough! Fingers crossed it turns up. If you end up needing to replace it, you can buy replacement bindings for cheaper than the full setup: http://www.phantomsnow.com/shop/reconditioned-binding-packages. You might try reaching out to them as well about buying just one binding--they may be able to offer you a discount on that.
   Thanks mfonda. I did send them an email, but haven't heard back yet. My original pair were cosmetic 2nds as well. Anybody have a metal detector I can borrow Saturday? I live in Lakewood, but do have a ski buddy in West Seattle.
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Re: January 1, 2017, Bullion Basin LOST BINDING
« Reply #6 on: 01/07/17, 04:08 PM »

I found it. I stopped to adjust clothes twice on the way up the day I lost it, and once to transition to ride on top. I planned to check in those places with the metal detector. At the first clothing adjustment place, I turned on the detector and found the binding in less than a minute! The skiing was pretty horrible today; wind affected in every direction except low in the trees, which was tracked out.
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