Hey Daniel, you could definitely do the Pro Tour Liner in the TLT5 but my only concern is the thickness of the cuff material on the Pro Tour vs. the TLT6 liner. If you have extra room to go larger in the cuff buckle then the Pro Tour could be a good choice, if you are running the buckle at one of the largest settings possible then the TLT6 liner will be a better choice.
The Objective's easy skiing and contradicting performance redefined what I previously considered a lightweight mountaineering ski to be capable of. If you are looking to get into the world of Skimo and have no idea where to start, all factors point to this. Whether you are a veteran skier looking to expand your horizons or a beginner looking to go explore, this is an excellent place to start. The Objective carries the easy skiing, bulldozing, performance enhancing shape that "New-School" fat skis (AKA, ev...
Hey Kevin, ah shoot man that's a bummer. Unfortunately we don't sell just that screw (to my knowledge it's because it doesn't exist as a stand-alone part) so you'd be looking at a new Heel Housing.
Hey Toddball, any 20mm x M5 machine screw should do, though you will have to shrink the head of the screw in order to make this work (that is the reason the cost of the Radical 2.0 fastener kits are more expensive). I do have a few 20mm flat head Torx screws that I can sell you but it would still involve shrinking the diameter of the heads. Let me know what works for you, I can get that organized if you'd like.
Hey Joe, yeah they have a bit of stretch to them, but not much.