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Quiver Killers - Opinions?

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What are your thoughts on Quiver Killers?  Seems like a great idea for those with multiple skis, and also for travel purposes (bring multiple skis, but only 1 set of bindings).  Any reason why using Quiver Killers is not a good idea? 

post #2 of 4

I have Quiver Killer inserts installed on my skis, they are great for the reasons you stated above.

The only thing is you cannot play around with the mounting position as those bindings mounted on rails or Speedlock plates,

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Originally Posted by Scavenger View Post

I have Quiver Killer inserts installed on my skis, they are great for the reasons you stated above.

The only thing is you cannot play around with the mounting position as those bindings mounted on rails or Speedlock plates,

Do you have any problems with stripping or wear on them when switching bindings back and forth?? I have considered doing this, but am concerned about destroying the threads after only a few switches.

post #4 of 4

The inserts are made from non-rusting stainless steel, I don't have any problem with stripping or wear. 

Note - you will need a set of tailor made binding screws for installation.

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