animatorWhat are you saying about using the toe piece to guide the screws in? If you use a jig you drill holes, put the bindings on, and drill the screws in. How do you manage to not drill them in straight
Because the cast uses towers to allow you to change the toe you don’t have the jig or binding on the ski when you screw the mounting screws in. The tolerance is very close so if the towers are even slightly angled the toe pieces will be tough to take on and off. I followed the instructions from Cast but would amend them only slightly to: when you are screwing in the towers after putting wood glue in your jig drilled holes, line the toe piece base up with the mounting holes and thread the towers in over top. If you haven’t mounted Cast bindings I understand how you think it would go in straight, I did too but mine were slightly off and I have never had that happen mounting regular bindings that have the plate against the ski.
**This post was edited on Aug 25th 2021 at 11:00:51pm