I have a pair of Fischer Nightsticks with marker Griffon bindings. Have been riding them for several seasons and i love the hell out of them.
Yesterday, one of my bindings lost the Anti-Friction Device on the toe-piece. The AFD is the plate that pivots underneath the toe of the boot to ensure proper release. I also have an old pair of skis with an older pair of griffons mounted on them. The AFD's from the both pairs of griffons seem to match up, and to me it looks like a swap from the older pair to my current skis would be very possible. Then again, I don't know that much about binding anatomy and what roadblocks may be in the way.
I am also unsure about the warranty route, as this pair of bindings is from 2014(?). Unsure how Marker handles their warranty requests, what this means for my skis, and if I'll have to replace the toe-piece entirely. Any help or experience with this issue is greatly appreciated!