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Marker System Binding Problems

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I have MX 12's on my Aftershocks and IPT Widerides on my RTM 84.  Both system bindings.  When cold, like below 15 or so it is difficult to say the least to get the heel of my boot into the stiff heels of both these system bindings.  I have some regular griffons also on Bonafides which just pop into place much more easily.  Is this a common problem and is there any way to remedy it?  I have 5 operations on my left knee it is jarring to have to almost stomp on it or stomp and help it with my hand to move the heel into position.  Both heels the screw is flush with the housing so the binding is set properly.

 

Thanks long time follower finally posting something for help. Great site both skis rated well and I like both of em but my knee does not.

post #2 of 6
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My din is like a 7 or 8 

post #3 of 6

The forward pressure of the Griffons should be flush, I believe the MX's and IPD are just to be in the scribed area so they might have a bit more than needed which could be the problem. 

post #4 of 6

I just checked in the tech manual--for MX series the end of the screw flush with the housing. For the iPT any part of the white scribe mark on the FP indicator flush with back of housing.

 

I find both Griffons and MX 12's to be hard to step into, compared to my Solly's.

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I was at Bohemia and man the heel would not move wonder about like Triflow. Bohemia just got like 40 inches they are right in the middle of Lake Superior he is opening up cat skiing next year 1500 acres. $150 a day. Western resort in the midwest
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My other griff's Pop right in
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