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Pozi-Lowhead M5 pack of 25

$10.95

Product Description

We've tooled up our own custom M5 screws specifically made for mounting ski bindings to swap plates or inserts.   The head is flat underneath and fits like a buttonhead screw.  The underside of the head has locking serrations to help ensure that the screw doesn't back out over time.  High quality stainless steel.  For use with a Pozi #3 phillips head screwdriver.

It is very important to maximize the number of threads engaged in an insert or a swap plate, so be sure to measure carefully.  Inserts can accommodate from 3mm min to 6mm max of thread engagement.  We like to target 4mm of thread engagement.  Do not excede the min/max numbers for any reason - you will not get a secure mount.  These screws fit exactly like allen buttonheads in terms of length.

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  1. general comment

    Posted by David Nutt on 13th Jan 2017

    I made a mounting jig from a piece of 10 or 12mm lexan or plywood and thus I had to layout the pattern only one time. I drilled out the pattern on the drill press assuring vertical holes. After clamping the home made pattern on the ski it was easy to avoid the drill bit walking which can result in the hole being slightly off center. A jig also makes it much easier if you are remounting bindings and find you have to drill half way thru an old mounting hole. It is helpful to fill all the old holes with epoxy prior to drilling the new mounting pattern. . I used a 5/16 18 bottoming tap and a 17/64 bit with a depth stop on it as these are routine items in my boatbuilding shop. If you don't have access to these their Essential Kit would be the way to go. Binding Freedom's components all seem great and worked well for me

  2. general comment

    Posted by David Nutt on 13th Jan 2017

    I made a mounting jig from a piece of 10 or 12mm lexan or plywood and thus I had to layout the pattern only one time. I drilled out the pattern on the drill press assuring vertical holes. After clamping the home made pattern on the ski it was easy to avoid the drill bit walking which can result in the hole being slightly off center. A jig also makes it much easier if you are remounting bindings and find you have to drill half way thru an old mounting hole. It is helpful to fill all the old holes with epoxy prior to drilling the new mounting pattern. . I used a 5/16 18 bottoming tap and a 17/64 bit with a depth stop on it as these are routine items in my boatbuilding shop. If you don't have access to these their Essential Kit would be the way to go. Binding Freedom's components all seem great and worked well for me

  3. when in doubt

    Posted by John Siemiarowski on 13th Jan 2017

    When in doubt I consult the binding freedom web site and I know exactly which screws I will need. Excellent knowledge base. Makes installation even easier.

  4. Binding freedom gives you freedom

    Posted by Roger S. on 9th Jan 2017

    Great product. Binding freedom allows you to have a world class quiver without spending a fortune on bindings

  5. exactly as I expected

    Posted by John S. on 18th Jul 2016

    They arrived promptly. The best thing about binding freedom is that they have already done the research for me so all I have to do is know what I am mounting and they know which products will work. Always a successful mounting with their products.

Quantity:
SKU:
6002
Weight:
0.25 LBS
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