Skiing for a long time now but all things tech are voodoo to me up until recently.
I've purchased a pair of new flat ski's which are going to be my wife's new "Fat Ski's".
I have a pair of old Salomon Scream Limited with salomon 910ti (I think) bindings mounted on them.
My plan was to bring the salomons on an upcoming trip as my rock skis' and towards the end of the trip bring the salomons and the new ski's into a ski shop and ask them to
1. remove the bindings from the Salomons
2. dispose of the Salomons humanely
3. mount the Salomons on the new ski's.
I'm fairly comfortable that the salomon bindings work as advertised, while I pay no attention to my ski's I do have the ski's tuned and serviced in the resort ski sjhop at least annually and perhaps more often than that, so I think I would have been informed if there was anything amiss with the bindings, and if they are good enough for my (now replaced) primary ski's then they are certainly good enough for my wife's backups.
However, it has now occurred to me that I do not need to carry the Salomon Ski's all the way across the Atlantic if I can remove the bindings myself here. I could then carrry the bindings and new skis (only) across the atlantic and save all that weight.
So can a complete novice remove bindings? - is there anything specific I need to be aware of? Will a rental shop re-mount these bindings? - do I need to keep the mounting screws and so forth?
Thanks in advance for any help