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Marker jester pro binding help!!! please
if i have line chronics which are 92 underfoot i take it that the marker jester pro with the 90 brake wouldn't fit and i would have to get the 110?
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110 mm fits, 90 wont fit unless you bent them
90 will fit with slight stretching. No biggie.
I would go with the 90 mm brakes and bend them, 110 might hit the ground during a carve/catch while riding switch.
If you/your shop can't make a 90mm brake fit over a 92mm ski then they should probably take up knitting. That's hardly even what I'd call a 'bend', you could achieve that with 1 decent pull on each brake arm. You're talking about 1mm on each side of the ski.
I had 90 brakes over the old 105mm obsethed's. 90 will fit over 92 easy .
Just file the inside of the plastic bits on the brake.
^^exactly this, just checked some of my skis and i have the 90mm unbent and it finds perfectly and super snug on 86mm coreupt TJs so with some fiddeling they would work but 110 would probably be a cleaner fit ....
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110 would be to big. get the 90s
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i had the 110 brakes on whatever ski it was (cant remember) that was 90 underfoot and they worked fine. i would say just to bend them tho
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ive got 18s with 90 mm brakes on my scimitars and they are 98 underfoot and I didn't even have to bend... They will fit fine 110 would def be overkill
Again, go 90. It will be minimal tweaking. I have the 110s on my opus which is 118 waisted and they work fine. If ya go with too wide a brake you can experience brake hooking riding switch or catch them on hard carves as someone said above. I'd rather bend a slightly narrower brake than go wider every time.
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