Ski Bindings - Hard to self install?
Or is it recommended I go to a pro?
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It's really not that hard, shops probably use electronic screwdrivers but I just did it by hand. It should come with instructions too.CSR wrote:That's the part I'm afraid of... btw my skis have riser plates.
Feb 1st, 2006 1:00 am
They are BNIB, the bindings were specifically made for that model,.... thanks for your advice.batcave wrote:If you have the type of bindings that are made for your particular model of ski then it should be fairly straightforward.
If they are BNIB bindings then installation instructions should come with it.
Otherwise, try googling your bindings for instructions.
You might also try this forum: http://forums.alpinezone.com, I know one guy works in a ski shop there. I think his handle is RossiSkier.
Good luck and let us know how it works out!
Feb 1st, 2006 1:01 am
So is it worth the $20-$25 to let a "pro" - kids who works at sportchek/spokes and slopes install my bindings?MtX wrote:It's really not that hard, shops probably use electronic screwdrivers but I just did it by hand. It should come with instructions too.
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Salomon Scream 8 with pilot risers paired with S810 TiSStewart wrote:what bindings/skiis are they? if they are an easy to install binding system like the atomic device systems then i guess you can do it yourself, the problem is for some of them you require drilling, you dont want to drill to far into the ski or you will definately ruin it, also do you know how to calculate your own din setting? because that is also important, id recommend letting a someone at a service shop somewhere do it for you.
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