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Can you mount the heelpiece directly to the ski without lifters? Will the brake dig into the topsheet to much? and will the toe still have a correct entry angle into the toe-piece?
what do you mean? if the heal piece and the toe piece both have lifters on them, and you take one off but leave the other on youll most likely have problems. theyre designed to use both lifters or, i would think none. not somewhere in between.
if you dont use lifters though youd need shorter screws for sure. i dont see how brakes could be an issue either.
it kinda depends on what you're talking about. sometimes they come with extra lifters that you don't need. I always take those off. there is a piece that they are supposed to have, but without seeing them, it's too hard to tell. also, if you take the risers off, you need to make sure your screws aren't too long or they will push out bumps on the base. your local shop should be able to tell you all this stuff.
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You can mount them without lifters, but you'll need shorter screws so you don't dimple/punch through the bases, or you'll need to grind your screws down. I have no idea what you're talking about regarding the brake digging in to the topsheet, never seen any issue like that. As far as ramp angle goes, it'll change unless you adjust the toe height to match, but chances are you won't notice it.
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i got these bad boys done at the salomon store and they dont seem to be engaging fully in the heel when i clip in...
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