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Look P14 Dual WTR Delta

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So, I have an older pair of pivots that have between 4 and 5mm of delta - depending on where you measure them from on the heelpiece. Are the newer ones similar/the same or are there differences? Blister suggest that the new version is a lot flatter. These will be used with an alpine rather than a WTR or gripwalk sole, if that makes a difference.

http://blistergearreview.com/gear-reviews/blister-alpine-ski-binding-guide
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I purchased a pair of the old ones last year as comparing the newer toe (with the new afd) by a not very scientific eye in the shop with the older one, the newer one seemed higher, and as I always shim the toes up , decided I didn't want all the measuring again (and the older one was cheaper)...........

Just shim the older ones you have to what you want
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@legue, ok sounds like they changed the delta. Need a new pair as the old ones I have are the xxl brake. Much appreciated.
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@gorilla, Piste office has brakes, abut £60 a pair, they are complete with the base, just unscrew the arms from the main part of the binding heel. the 95mm one will actually go to 100mm.
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