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Marker Lifters needed

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
I am looking for a pair of lifters for Marker MR's.. the old "twincam" (i.e. M36/46) type toe piece. If any of you shop rats can check your binding bins, I would appreciate it. Used is more than fine.
post #2 of 6
I have a EPS lifter kit for M9.1 - M8.1 it has never been used. the part number is 2001W1AZ. not sure if this is what you are looking for.
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks but no, these go back further than that. I can't even use the ones for the 51 series either.
post #4 of 6
Marker never made a lifter for this model.
You could mount the binding on an EPB , but I am 99%
sure this binding is not indemnified.
If it is, I still wouldn't risk it
When this binding was made, lifters were something women wore.
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
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Originally posted by lift 1:
Marker never made a lifter for this model.
You could mount the binding on an EPB , but I am 99%
sure this binding is not indemnified.
If it is, I still wouldn't risk it
When this binding was made, lifters were something women wore.
I had seen 46's with lifters, I thought there might be sone for these. But I wouldn't be surprised if there weren't though. As far as being indemnified. No biggy there. These were new this year and had never been mounted. I have my own jig and calibrator, so I can torque it quick. They are for myself.
post #6 of 6
PP-
The lifter you are looking for is a pale optic yellow. It was pre-drilled for the MR/ MRR. If you find the orange/pink one, it was for the step in.
That lifter offers 10mm of lift, so you might be better off going with an EPB Ultralight, 13mm of lift. But then again, find some polypropylene (cutting board, local WalMart) and cut it and drill it with your jig. The screws necessary might be a bit easier to find, especially from the canting kits Marker produced several years ago. Or contact Marker Customer Service directly. Tell them how thick the lift material is, and they should be able to come up with the correct screws.

If not- PM me, and I'll see what i can do to help!

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