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Quiver Killer Binding Inserts

CTEagle

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Anyone ever use the Quiver Killer Binding Inserts? Any information? Reviews? Likes/Dislikes?
 

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I have used and installed them on one pair. Nothing much to say but they work. I have installed on a second pair yet. No need to yet.
 

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I've used & installed them. Use them for swapping different tele bindings between skis. They're great for that purpose & they're primarily used (from what I've seen ) to swap between a touring & regular downhill binding on the same ski. Or between tele & alpine with same ski
 

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Thanks for the info. I just ordered my kit earlier. Any tips on install?
 

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Thanks for the info. I just ordered my kit earlier. Any tips on install?

Be very careful drilling. Use a drill press if possible. Also make sure you have the correct drill bit size. I actually dropped down a size after the first one.
 

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Careful drilling and careful tapping (you must tap the holes). Make sure you're using a correct bottoming tap. I used Binding Freedom, so just bought the one on the website. Re Drilling: using a bit with a stop collar is the way to go, even if using a drill press (they sell that on the site as well).

I've installed QK's on 4-5 pairs of skis & found it pretty easy. www.bindingfreedom.com has a good tutorial video on their page. Watch that a few times & you'll get it. If you're handy at all it's very easy, especially if you're installing them in holes that are already drilled on your skis.
 
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