Weight is a factor
Originally Posted by chelslego540
Does anyone have any they'd like to sell? Need a higher end binding if possible. Thanks.
How much does the person(s) weight?
I also have some marker speedpoints and pulled the heel out of the track a couple weeks ago. Track was twisted and needed some persuasion to straighen out and close the tolerances (the steel track and track was hammered back into proper fit, for the unitiated). Fortunately I found the heel piece that came off and fit it back in at the lodge during lunch. (The one stinkin day I didn't bring at least a two ski quiver- lesson learned)
Don't get me wrong, these are very simple and quick to adjust binders, but I have also heard this happen to others. How much the skier weighs will have some relavence as a higher DIN will transmit more force to the track before releasing. I am set around 10.5-11 and keeping a close eye to see if they will need to be replaced. These probably had 20-40 days on them before I got them (1 year old demos), so a newer pair would certainly be better.
DIN on these goes up to 12. I doubt there are speedpoints up to 14.