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Template for 2009 Marker 12.0 Turbo Piston - how do I get one?

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Any help on how to get the template would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks.

post #2 of 8

You could try searching here:

http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/153971-Binding-Mount-Paper-Templates?highlight=template 

Not sure if the Marker binding you want is there but there are a lot of sources for you to check.

post #3 of 8

I looked for this one for quite a while, don't think I ever found it.

 

I ended up using rulers, the binding plates and straight edge guides.

 

 

 

 

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Sorry, can't help with a template. But I'm wondering if anyone can provide info on setting the boot length for this binding (I have an 2008 model, but it looks to be very similar)? Seems like turning the bottom screw at the back (the one that clicks) seems to do that, as well as set the forward pressure level?

 

I expected to be able to move the toe portion as well, but perhaps this is not the case.

 

Thanks

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Originally Posted by Sno Boating View Post

Sorry, can't help with a template. But I'm wondering if anyone can provide info on setting the boot length for this binding (I have an 2008 model, but it looks to be very similar)? Seems like turning the bottom screw at the back (the one that clicks) seems to do that, as well as set the forward pressure level?

 

I expected to be able to move the toe portion as well, but perhaps this is not the case.

 

Thanks


That's right, SB, in that you can't move toe w/out redrilling.  You're also right about the back screw adjustment.  Turn that bottom back screw until you're close, w/ boot loose in binding.  Then clamp boot in binding.  Adjust back screw until end surface of screw is flush w/ surrounding back face of binding housing.  That's when you know forward pressure is set correctly.  Remove boot & clamp it in again to double check that screw end is still flush.

 

post #6 of 8

Don't set forward pressure with boot in the binding. Remove boot, adjust screw, insert boot and repeat until screw is flush with boot in binding.

 

 

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Originally Posted by mcolorado View Post


That's right, SB, in that you can't move toe w/out redrilling.  You're also right about the back screw adjustment.  Turn that bottom back screw until you're close, w/ boot loose in binding.  Then clamp boot in binding.  Adjust back screw until end surface of screw is flush w/ surrounding back face of binding housing.  That's when you know forward pressure is set correctly.  Remove boot & clamp it in again to double check that screw end is still flush.

 


That is the way I have told to adjust the forward pressure, but I do not know the reason for this. Can someone explain why one should not just turn the screw with the ski boot clamped in.

 

post #8 of 8

There is a lot of pressure on the screw when the boot is engaged. It could damage it.

 

 

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