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Mounting Dynafits

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Hi All,

I have a pair of Dynafits I'd like to get mounted, at a shop since I lack any knowledge of the subject, and preferably somewhere close and with a good reputation.

I am in Poulsbo- any good shops on the Peninsula/Port Angeles, or is a trip across the water going to be necessary?

Thanks for any ideas/input.


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I'm pretty sure no where in Port Townsend does ski stuff but it might be worth a call to Wildernest anyways as Steve (owner) does backcountry ski quite a bit and might know where to go locally. He's more often at the Bainbridge Island shop I think.

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just do it yourself. I am a total idiot when it comes to this kind of stuff, and I have mounted a few pairs.


Take your time... measure a bunch... then go for it.


+1 for that Wildsnow article. That is what I used.

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