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  1. #1226
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    ^^^

    This. The tyrolia template is what you'll want to use.

    Use caution with that template though. As mentioned a few pages back, and confirmed by a few others recently as well, be sure to do a test mount for your bsl, or risk ending up ahead of or behind where you intended.

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    Thanks!

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    Dear,
    I need paper template for Atomic Backland Tour ski touring binding


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    New Question

    Quote Originally Posted by skimaxpower View Post
    This should do it. I think.

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    skimaxpower, I replied & thanked you right after you posted this. I saw my reply, then it disappeared.
    I don't think I can start a new thread so I'm again posting here as a "reply."
    I've searched the "www" but haven't found:
    I have Marker M31's w/ "Selective Control" (connects the front & rear bindings).
    I changed boots, reset the forward pressure, then learned about AFD adjustment (.5mm -business card) but found no screw in front or behind my toe piece. Anyone know if this model doesn't have this?

  5. #1230
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    ^ Marker M31 has automatic toe height adjustment. There is no need for you to manually adjust your AFD.

    The rear forward pressure (boot sole length) adjustment is still necessary though.

    This era of Marker bindings has many detractors. They are known for toe pre-releases, and are almost certainly no longer indemnified by the manufacturer. I would not use M31 bindings. But you do you.

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    To all of you who have been struggling getting my templates, when needed: my deepest apologies. Powderguide.com is suffering from an unprecedented series of technical issues beyond my control.

    I have decided to host my templates externally on my personal google drive. You can find them here until further notice.

    Of course you can also -as always- find them via slidewright.com, alongside all the other juicy mounting aids Terry has to offer.

  7. #1232
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    Anyone have a template for Dynafit TLT Radical 2.0? Replacing an older set of Radicals for the 2.0. Actually it is the Look HM12 but same difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knut View Post
    To all of you who have been struggling getting my templates, when needed: my deepest apologies. Powderguide.com is suffering from an unprecedented series of technical issues beyond my control.

    I have decided to host my templates externally on my personal google drive. You can find them here until further notice.

    Of course you can also -as always- find them via slidewright.com, alongside all the other juicy mounting aids Terry has to offer.
    just noticed this. Thanks Knut!

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    What size drillbit diameter?

    Been a while since I mounted bindings DIRECTLY on a ski as most of my stuff has been race plates. Got the new Blizzaard Bonafides and need to mount Marker Dukes. While I have a paper template that shows the DEPTH of the screws, the only direction is to "use the diameter holes dictated by the ski manufacturer so... WTF is that? LOL-ish

    I did take a look at the screws included in the package but no idea what size these are and I am notorious for using a larger drill bit than ideal in prior home improvement projects. There is ZERO indication on any of the marker package paperwork so thought this forum would be the best source for expertise. No issue on depth as I have that guidance, just nothing on the size of the screws that come with the Duke bindings so could you guys & gals point me in the right direction?

    Thanks in advance

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    Bonafides have metal, so you should be using a 4.1 mm bit. Also should tap with a 12AB tap. With Blizzards, I don't think they show any drill bit info on the topsheet, but usually mark on the sidewall in a horrible yellowish color that you can barely make out against the white sidewall. It should say 4.1 somewhere around the mounting marker arrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRR11 View Post
    Bonafides have metal, so you should be using a 4.1 mm bit. Also should tap with a 12AB tap. With Blizzards, I don't think they show any drill bit info on the topsheet, but usually mark on the sidewall in a horrible yellowish color that you can barely make out against the white sidewall. It should say 4.1 somewhere around the mounting marker arrow.
    Thanks for the help. I was aware and can see the metal in the layers under the binding on the sidewall and did find some very poor marking that could indicate 4.1 (or 4T) The only thing on the sidewall is the serial # but I did find this image from mounting area which, as you can see, is very hard to read. The blurriness isn't from an unsteady hand while taking the picture, it's actually like this.
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    Rule of Thumb: non-metal - 3.5, metal - 4.1.
    And I guess that I just don't know

  13. #1238
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    What's all this discussion about, grab a fucking IPA 7/16 drill bit and mount those fucking things!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    What's all this discussion about, grab a fucking IPA 7/16 drill bit and mount those fucking things!!!

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    7/16 is 11.25mm which would be far too large as the closest fractional size to 4.1mm (.1614) appears to be 5/32 (.1562) so I expect that is what you intended. Got it!
    Last edited by N-Da-Bunka; 03-19-2018 at 05:49 PM. Reason: measurement details

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-Da-Bunka View Post
    7/16 is 11.25mm so.. don't think that would be very large as
    4.1mm appears to be about 1/2 way between 5/32nd & 11/64th
    Apparently you haven't drunk as much beer as prsboogie.
    And I guess that I just don't know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    Apparently you haven't drunk as much beer as prsboogie.
    I resemble that remark! Yes 4.1 FTW!!

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    FIFY:
    Quote Originally Posted by Meadow Skipper View Post
    Rule of Thumb: non-metal - 3.5, metal & carbon- 4.1.
    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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    Rainey Designs -Superloop Telemark Binding

    Hello,
    someone knows where is possible to find the template for this binding ?

    No more website about Rainey Binding.

    Tks

    sorry, i'm trying to add a picture but everytime post denied.

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    MOUNTED!

    Quote Originally Posted by prsboogie View Post
    What's all this discussion about, grab a fucking IPA 5/32 drill bit and mount those fucking things!!!

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    DONE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by N-Da-Bunka View Post
    DONE!
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    Good man!! They look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianvi View Post
    someone knows where is possible to find the template for this binding ?
    No more website about Rainey Binding.
    I presume you're looking for a Superloop template?

    This old forum post may be helpful.

  22. #1247
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    Tks SkiMaxPower.
    Yes i'm looking for a drilling template for those bindings.
    I was on the link to the old forum but all links are corrupted or no more available

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gianvi View Post
    Tks SkiMaxPower.
    Yes i'm looking for a drilling template for those bindings.
    I was on the link to the old forum but all links are corrupted or no more available
    Looks to me like the holes of the Superloops are all unobstructed.

    To make your own template:

    -Draw a straight line on two pieces of paper (graph paper is best)
    -Mark a centermark fore and aft on each binding piece
    -Place the binding piece on the paper with centermarks on the paper's centerline
    -Trace the outside perimeter of each hole with a pencil held vertically
    -Trace the outside of the binding piece
    -Remove binding piece and measure holes to verify the are equidistant from the centerline
    -Adjust as necessary
    -Measure to hole center and draw cross hairs
    -Put boot in toe piece and place on paper
    -Mark BSC
    -Mark heel location for heel piece
    -Make copies with added dimensions to the template to verify scale

    Alternatively, scan the binding, mark as mentioned above and print copies.

    If you do any of the above, I can hard line it and prepare a template for the collective.
    Best regards, Terry
    (Direct Contact is best vs PMs)

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    I'm looking for a VIST 614 paper template, does anyone have it?
    Thanks

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    Unverified Salomon Shift mounting template from : http://www.skipass.com/forums/sports...0.html#3361404

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    sproing!

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