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Marker M54 and Marker Piston plate?

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
I have a pair of Volkl GS Racetigers (race stock) with a Marker Piston Plate and am trying to mount a pair of Marker M54 Twincam bindings. Can't seem to figure out how to get them matched up on the predrilled holes on the plate, can anybody help or am I SOL?
post #2 of 9
The piston plate only works with the new EPS bindings. The M54 isn't the EPS style, so they won't work. I have a pair of Comp 14s that would work with the plates if you are interested though.
post #3 of 9
Thread Starter 
Yeah, I might be, how much you want for them?
I can find another use for the M54's, that's not a problem. Just was hoping to avoid buying another pair of bindings.
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Originally Posted by Rise To The Top View Post

The piston plate only works with the new EPS bindings. The M54 isn't the EPS style, so they won't work. I have a pair of Comp 14s that would work with the plates if you are interested though.
post #4 of 9

I have a pair of Marker M54 twin-cam bindings on a pair of Olin DXS skis 195 cm. I purchased these in 1996, used them a few times, got into a car accident and put them in storage, and forgot about them until now. Skis and bindings are in near-new condition.  I'm looking for a good home for them.  Are they worth anything to anyone out there?  

post #5 of 9

In two words: not really.   

 

Donating to a charity or thrift might be your least hassle option here.

post #6 of 9

I want to buy Marker M54 or M51.

Please help.

David

post #7 of 9
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I want to buy Marker M54 or M51.

Please help.

David


Good God, why? There are much better options out there..even non-indemnified ones. 

 

post #8 of 9

Why?  There are a ton of better/safer options...

 

EDIT:  Your future reading should include http://www.epicski.com/forum/thread/88005/why-you-shouldn-t-leave-your-binding-springs-tensioned-over-the-summer  Notice the date, it's in 2009

 

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Originally Posted by drppcc View Post

I want to buy Marker M54 or M51.

Please help.

David



 

post #9 of 9

just to be clear there is no such thing as a Marker M54 the "4" you see is a stylized "1"...

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