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Quiver Killers

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These stainless steel inserts may actually expand your ski quiver instead of killing it. Properly installed in a ski, they allow you to mount bindings in a removable fashion. Thus, you can have a huge quiver of skis that all use the same binding. Of course, you could also use several bindings on one ski, which may help kill a ski quiver, but just creates a binding quiver. These should be called Quiver Enhancers instead.

To operate a set of QKs, you’ll need to buy one Stainless Insert for each screw hole in your binding. Then make several trips to the hardware store to find metric screws that fit your binding. Alternately, you could buy the pre-packaged fastener kits already known to work with your model (inserts not included). We currently stock kits for Dynafit Superlite, Turn, Radical, Vertical, Comfort, and Beast bindings. We also have kits for other brands include the Plum Guide, Fristchi Vipec, Marker Kingpin, La Sportiva RT and G3 ION bindings. Each kit comes with the quantity of screws needed to mount a pair of bindings (2 toes and 2 heels). We’re also happy to try and assemble a kit for your needs.

Also available is a Pro Installation Kit that consists of three items: (1) a specially machined drill bit that stops at the proper depth for an insert, (2) a tap to cut a thread into the ski that matches the outer pitch of the inserts, and (3) an installation tool that allows you to screw the inserts in and then back the tool out. You can also buy each item individually, listed as "Step Drill Bit, Bottom Tap, and Installation Tool".

Finally, you can use Vibra-Tite thread locker if you don't plan on swapping bindings often. The 5ml bottles will lock the fasteners into the inserts.

1/29/2020
Question from Jack
 
Are you still selling the "Pro Installation Kit"? Not seeing it listed in the drop down currently. Thanks!
1/29/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jack! We're currently out of stock of a couple pieces of the installation kit -- should pop back up on here as soon as we get a resupply!
1/29/2020
Answer from Jack
 
Thanks for the quick reply. Any way to setup a notification on the restock or do you possibly have an ETA?
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1/19/2020
Question from Lane A
 
Do you have screws that would work with Ski Trab Titan Vario toes? I couldn't find any with small enough heads at the hardware store. Thanks!
1/25/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Lane, that's understandable you couldn't find stock hardware store screws that fit! We are typically using 14mm Torx head screws and shaving them down. If you'd like us to put together a Quiver Killer screw set for your bindings, feel free to reach out to us by email and we can put an order together!
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12/26/2019
Question from emily s
 
do you guys have any info about installing inserts on voile hyper series skis? i see that it voids the warranty and have read on some forums that the hyper series might have specific issues with inserts--curious if you know anything about this and if you'd advise against using inserts on voile hyper series skis.
12/26/2019
Answer from Jeff M
 
Emily, I do not know why Voile doesn't recommend QK in their skis.
12/28/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Emily, my perception is that the prohibition on inserts in the Hyper series has more to do with what "could" happen than what "will" happen. If the metal insert sleeve was too deep for the thickness of the ski (which may be more of an issue with Binding Freedom-branded inserts that are 0.5mm taller than the Quiver Killer inserts) you may run into issues with tapping the holes and creating deformities in the core, or even the base of the ski. Personally, I've been using QK inserts in my Hyper V8s for a season-plus now and haven't had even a shadow of an issue with them. If anything, they seem to provide an extra level of security in a non-metal-reinforced mounting plate! That said, the thickness of the V8 mounting position may vary compared with the other skis in the line.
1/1/2020
Answer from emily s
 
ah ha... thanks. that is super helpful. the skis i was thinking about QK'ing are hyper V8s and hyper vectors so it seems like that should work in theory..
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12/11/2019
Question from Joelle
 
Now that I finally got light tech boots - Looking to upgrade my rusty (not so rusty actually), trusty Marker F10 bindings for either the Hagan Pure or Dynafit ST Rotation bindings (that is the advice I got from you guys). I have a pair of fat Atomic skis and a pair of super light Movement skis. The Atomics have an old pair of Alpine bindings and the Movements have the F10 bindings. Would be great if I could use both these skis with my shiny new bindings depending on what Im doing. I will probably have to redrill both skis to mount the tech bindings so it would seem to make sense to mount these when I do.

Question 1 - does this sound like a good option?
Question 2 - do you have kits for the Hagan Pure and Dynafit ST Rotations?

Have to be frugal to feed my ski habit and get the most out of my gear!

Thanks so much.

J
12/11/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Joelle! Thanks for reaching out. Quiver Killers are a great option if you are working with limited funds but want to get the most out of your kit! We don't have fastener kits for either of the bindings you've mentioned, but could put together a collection of screws for you that would work with whichever you choose. Reach out to help@skimo.co for a more in-depth conversation!
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5/6/2019
Question from Yann
 
I'm hoping to use quiver killers with Hagan Ultra heels, but these would be mounted atop a riser plate, so I would need the screws to be longer. Are there options for longer screws, say somewhere between 5 mm and 10 mm longer than the quiver killer screws that you would normally use with the Hagan Ultra heel?
5/9/2019
Answer from Jeff M
 
Yann, We can figure it out for you. Tell us which riser plate you are using. Contact us at help@skimo.co
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3/17/2019
Question from Cj d
 
Is their a kit for the atomic shift binding?
3/23/2019
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey CJ, we do not have any quiver killer kits for the Shift, my apologies.
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3/6/2019
Question from liming z
 
I am trying to order some quiver killers today, but seems like it running out stock, when do you think will be available again in the future?
3/6/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Liming, we get these in on a fairly regular basis. If you reply with your needs, we can tell what to expect. Thanks!
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2/9/2019
Question from Nick Eitel
 
What quiver killer do I get for the Dynafit superlite 2.0 white?
2/12/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nick, we are currently out of stock of the Superlite white kits, they have specially ground heads to seat well in the Superlite feet. You could likely get standard M5 screws to fit with some modification.
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1/31/2019
Question from emily
 
which quiver killer set will work with BD helio bindings?
2/2/2019
Answer from Jeff M
 
Emily, We have it now. Look again BD Helio
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1/17/2019
by Pete (used product regularly)
 
I was initially a big fan of QKs. Switching bindings around with a minimal weight penalty seemed like a great idea, and most importantly it allowed me to field a larger quiver for a similar cost.

I have been disappointed at how easily the screws work themselves loose as of late. Using the weakest of the three locktite strengths the screws still work themselves loose in tech toes pieces while skinning. Perhaps this is a matter of using a stronger locktite, but I'm wary of of this because the entire purpose is to remove and install the screws easily.

If you do end up installing quiver killers make sure to carry a leatherman, or some such capable of tightening the screws, on long days.
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9/18/2018
by Jacob B (used product regularly)
 
Nice quality screws. Mine came as T25 heads for Dynafit Radicals. Just a heads up if you care about what kind of screw drive. (And a heads up cause most Dynafit screws are T20s.)
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5/11/2018
Question from liming z
 
if I am trying to install the quiver killers by myself, so only a set of pro installation kit needed to do the job?
5/11/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi liming, yes you will need the installation kit along with the inserts, fasteners, and something to hold the inserts in the ski such as epoxy.
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3/17/2018
by bobbytooslow (downright abused product)
 
Given that we use lightweight gear in remote places, these are a no-brainer. Less likely to pull out than traditional screws, and easier to swap out a binding piece that is damaged. Buy a few extra to practice on with a 2x4. Definitely soak them in degreaser (then dry) before installing. And use epoxy rather than wood glue.
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2/15/2018
Question from Duncan
 
What is all included in the Pro Installation Kit?
2/15/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Duncan! Here's the text copied from the description: Pro Installation Kit that consists of three items: (1) a specially machined drill bit that stops at the proper depth for an insert, (2) a tap to cut a thread into the ski that matches the outer pitch of the inserts, and (3) an installation tool that allows you to screw the inserts in and then back the tool out. You can also buy each item individually, listed as "Step Drill Bit, Bottom Tap, and Installation Tool".
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1/11/2018
Question from Eric Liu
 
Will the inserts work well with the original screws shipped with Marker Griffon binding? Should I have to buy the screws with the inserts together?
1/12/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Eric! Thanks for reaching out! Nope, the inserts take a machine thread and the screws that shipped with the Griffon should be wood screws. If you're looking to buy a kit then you'll definitely have to get the inserts, machine screws for the toes and heels (keep in mind those are pretty regularly two different sizes), and also an installation kit unless you're going to have a shop do it!
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11/23/2017
Question from Elliot
 
Hi. Which fastener kit would work with the new Dynafit Speed bindings? Thanks!
11/24/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Elliot, we're putting together a kit for that binding but they are about a week out.
12/6/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Elliot, we have these available now in the drop list.
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4/14/2017
Question from Tristan Isfeld
 
How many Inserts come with the Stainless inserts for $1.95?
4/17/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Tristan, that is the price per insert (quantity 1).
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3/22/2017
Question from Mat
 
Is it possible to bore out a preexisting hole and put one of the qk's in?
3/22/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mat, if you mean a hole for a normal mounting screw, then yes.
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3/16/2017
Question from Brent
 
I'd like to get a quiver killer package for the Kreuzspitze GT binding. Can you put that together for me?
3/16/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Brent, it's available in the drop down as "Kreuzspitze Fastener Kit".
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3/9/2017
Question from Lyman
 
Is this fastern kit comes with all Phillis screws rather than Torx screws?
3/9/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Lyman, they are Phillips by default, though we do have some sizes available as Torx. Let us know in the order comments if you'd prefer those.
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