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Rottefella Freedom NTN bindings, blue and green
« on: 08/13/19, 09:24 AM »

Rottefella NTN Freedom bindings, including both blue and green springboxes.  $40.  Pickup in Seattle.

The bindings have 100-150 days on them, roughly evenly split between the two springboxes.  I think I have all the screws but they have some rust on them and you might want new screws.

There is one minor issue with one of the bindings.  A plastic piece on the underside is broken into two pieces.  I do not think this piece plays any structural role.  I think it is purely cosmetic and serves perhaps to block snow from accumulating in certain spots.  See attached photo: the black plastic piece at the toe should continue along those channels under the metal piece and attach to the other black plastic piece at back, but the two pieces are cracked.  When the screws are securing the binding to the ski, this black piece is held in the correct position so any cosmetic and snow blocking functions will still be performed.  But I'm not sure of this (the bindings were mounted to the skis incorrectly by the shop so that water accumulated and eventually the core rotted and they pulled out; when they pulled out the plastic piece broke and I have not used them since).

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