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mounting marker MR twincam racing bindings

post #1 of 6
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replacing worn out markers with new (old) markers like below.  dumb question: does the toe piece really mount with just two (2) screws?  or do you somehow remove the cap to access other screws underneath? 

 

note: don't bother preaching about how dangerous all this is, gonna do it regardless.  just looking for info from some of the old schoolers.

 

post #2 of 6

first, if you have to ask then you PROBABLY shouldn't be doing this.   with that said,  there is a third hidden screw in the front that is revealed by sliding the toe piece off.

post #3 of 6
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Not sure how, when I look at bottom there are only two holes that go through and those are the two you see. There is however a little slot for what could be a clip that would be mounted below the toe piece...
post #4 of 6

It's a screw that has a molded cap that fits into a slot in the front of the toe.  The screw looks a lot like a post with a lip that interfaces with the slot.  You should have that screw from your previous Marker M4 on up.  They will use the same hole pattern as the M4 series.  If for some reason you don't, I have the post screw, and you can use the hole pattern on the skis so make a template.

 

Hawk

post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
Ah, maybe that's the screw you're talking about. Looks like a lath screw will do the trick there?
post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
got it, makes perfect sense now. Thanks for the help.
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