I am looking to swap my bindings around between a few skis. I have a few questions:
1) Is swapping relatively easy? As in, if I mount my bindings with Quiver Killers, is it relatively straightforward to move the heel between different brakes, or am I headed down the wrong path?
2) Does swapping the bindings around impact the warranty?
3) Does using these brakes purchased separately impact the warranty?
4) My current bindings are Radical ST 2.0 with 90mm brakes mounted on a pair of Volkl BMT 94 skis. The bindings are mounted boot center. I think that the brakes may have been bent slightly to accommodate this mounting. Would these mount okay on a pair of Dynafit Nanga Parbat skis? Or should I consider a different binding altogether as the ski is somewhat narrow?
I plan on buying an additional set of 120mm brakes for mounting on Dynafit Hokkaido skis.
Hi rpkelly22, it's fairly straightforward to move the housing to a different baseplate/brake, which does not affect your warranty status. That said, it's not something I'd care to do daily. Be careful when screwing the rear adjustment screw as it can cross-thread. I doubt you needed to bend the 2.0 90mm brakes as they are fairly accommodating but also retract well for skinnier skis. I'd go with a lighter binding for the Nanga's :)
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