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Which binding brands provide factory supplied 130mm brakes?

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I've seen the 130mm brakes for Tyrolia made Head Mojo 17 and Mojo 15 bindings. Also Salomon makes 130mm brakes for some of their bindings. It appears Look brakes only go to 120mm.

Are there any other choices?

(I know everyone just bends their brakes, but that's not the solution I'm seeking).
 
Michael
post #2 of 8
Everything you need to know is here.

Look/Rossi/Roxy PX/Axial2 series has a 125mm brake.

Salomon has the B130 (120mm-135mm).

Tyrolia/Fischer/Head/Elan goes to 130mm.

Marker has 125mm for the Free and such, and for the Royalty series (Jester, Duke, Griffon, Baron), there's a  132mm.
post #3 of 8
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Originally Posted by TheDad View Post

Everything you need to know is here.

Look/Rossi/Roxy PX/Axial2 series has a 125mm brake.

Salomon has the B130 (120mm-135mm).

Tyrolia/Fischer/Head/Elan goes to 130mm.

Marker has 125mm for the Free and such, and for the Royalty series (Jester, Duke, Griffon, Baron), there's a  132mm.
 


Thanks "Dad",

I've got Markers with 125mm brakes on my Spats. I'm going to go with Tyrolia/Head Mojo 15 on my Praxis.

Michael
post #4 of 8
I've got old style Mojo 15s on my Praxis.  Great match, especially now that you can get the 130mm brakes.  (Assuming you're going with the Powders, remember that your break isn't on the widest point.)
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I'll need to switch from the 115mm brakes on the SP 130 once I verify the factory recommended installation point for the bindings. Demo binding allow the user to easily move the boot position without tools. I'd keep the SP 130 on the ski if Tyrolia made a 130mm brake, but 115mm is the widest available for this binding. So I'll remove the demo bindings and install a CP9 plate in the existing holes. Then the Mojo 15 will go on with a 130mm brake.



Here the 130mm brake is sitting on the base with the 115mm trying to extend up. The brake widens as the boot is released, but I might have to stretch it a few mm anyway.



 

post #6 of 8
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The Marker 125mm brake fits perfectly on the 125mm wide Spatula. Marker is not my first choice for bindings, these were already installed. The skis were new-never-seen-snow, they sat in the back of a demo operation but were never used. The bindings work without issue;



post #7 of 8
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Here are a set of 93mm Tyrolia brakes that were easily bent to clear the 101mm wide Watea 101. I think you can bend these brakes about 8mm. More than that requires special skills and is less than ideal in any case.



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Come on' you gotta share the story on snaggin' the spats!  Sounds like one of those "I can't beleive this" type of finds.

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