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Fischer Turnamic IFP Mountingplate

EUR 7,95
 
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NOTE: Cannot be mounted on skis with premounted NIS-plates.

This is the IFP-set (Integrated Fixation Plate) - This plate is for Turnamic cross country bindings (from Fischer and Rossignol) to be able to click the bindings on the skis.

The IFP-set is the connection between skis and bindings and allows you easily to adjust the binding a bit forward and a bit backward.

Forward position provides more grip and backward position provides more glide.

These Fischer cross country binding mounting plates come with everything needed to get you skiing.

Regarding mounting of the IFP plates, Fischer informs that the drill pattern is "Screw mount plate SNS pattern." This means that you can use a Salomon SNS mounting jig to make the hole patterns for the IFP screws into the cross-country skis. Please always be careful and control if the holes on the plates and in the jig fit properly.

Notice: When purchasing both skis and bindings from us, we mount your bindings for free. If applicable, add your boot size as a comment to your order.

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The only thing wrong with the product is that no mounting instructions were included. Also upon emailing Skatepro and requesting instructions, nothing other than an acknowledgement has been received. I have however worked out where the balance point is, but unfortunately whilst it appears a sound item I cannot provide any sort of meaningful review at this stage.
Richard Sowden (Forres)
30/07/2018
Rating: 3 of 5!
Reply from SkatePro:  Hi Richard,
I'm very very sorry for the late reply. I've sent you an email yesterday regarding the mounting instructions. Feel free to contact us when you are having issues so we can help you with that. Again, my apologies /Justin
Uses the same hole pattern as my Salomon bindings except for one hole on the back plate, which is easy to drill. Slightly heavier, but adjustability and being able to use the same binding on multiple skis is worth it for me. Thanks for the fair price too!
Steve G. (Bozeman)
14/03/2018
Rating: 5 of 5!
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