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Marker Schizo bindings remount question

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If changing boots sizes, do Marker Schizo bindings need to be remounted/redrilled?
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I think I'm right, but not 100% sure.

The schizo series is marker bindings that aren't drilled at a specific place, but out on a plate that allows adjustment. Hence, readjusting shouldn't be hard. If you had a marker griffin non schizo and the sole change was greater than the much smaller adjustment range you would have to remount.

So why doesn't everyone run Schizo? They aren't as sturdy and solid as a drilled binding.
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See this pic:

http://www.trusnow.com/assets/products/92877/large/MarkerGriffonSchizo12.jpg

 

No need to remount. 

The cable that connects the toe & heel is held together by an interlocking plate, under the heel pad.

You can undo the screw and move the "interlock" a notch as required, adjusting for BSL

 

- Andy

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