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Old 04-26-2014, 11:57 AM
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Thanks for all the suggestions. Albertasurfer you raise a good point that I had being thinking about too. It's not always easy to get stuff shipped up to Canada. I didn't know about Shuswap ski and board. Their site looks pretty good. Also never checked out the pro shop at Barry Jay's, always seemed closed anytime I'd go by. I'll have to drop in there sometime soon.

It would be great to upgrade to a new stick, but I have a soft spot for my F3, it's such a nice smooth ride. Even after upgrading I will keep my F3 for a trainer lending ski.


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I moved from the F3 to a Carbon V two years ago. I just love the speed and stability of the Connelly. They have always been best for me.
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Old 04-27-2014, 01:03 PM
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Here is another source for ski bindings.
https://www.wileyski.com/shopcategory.asp?catID=34

They even have binding parts if you just need a certain piece?
https://www.wileyski.com/shopcategory.asp?catID=88
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