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Threaded Inserts for skis


Product Description

Threaded inserts for skis - For use with any of our Flat-head, Small-head or Low-head screws.  The inserts require a drill bit depth of 9mm or 9.5mm minimum.  Binding Freedom inserts are not compatible with standard alpine mounting screws. 

Sold individually for any custom mounts.  

If you have any questions about installation feel free to reach out or read over our insert installation instructions.

Before installation clean the inserts with a de-greaser and wipe clean.  Any grease or oil left on the inserts from the machining process could interfere with the epoxy.  Never Use Loc-Tite with inserts, only use the Vibra-tite offered here.



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  1. solid product great idea 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Jan 2015

    These are a great idea. Even if you won't be swapping different skis once done you have options . For me it isn't from alpine to telemark.

  2. Great product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 31st Dec 2014

    Inserts went in smooth as butter. I plan to get more.

  3. Precise and reliable 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Dec 2014

    I have used Binding Freedom inserts on all of my skis for the last five years. I ski NTN Freedom and Freeride and TTS on Movement Sluffs and K2 Koombacks, and just installed Diamir Viper 12s on Rossi Soul 7s. I've never had a failure and appreciate the ability to switch bindings between skis at will -- it takes 5-10 minutes. Having tested them for about 50 days in all conditions, I have complete confidence. So much so that I would prefer them to standard wood screws even if I don't plan to switch bindings. The bindings and screws are immaculately and precisely machined and I have never had a threading issue.
    In the backcountry I carry an extra TTS binding so that if I have an NTN failure, I can reinstall a replacement binding in about 10 minutes. Great for safety and confidence, not to mention getting home before dark.
    I've used Jon's drill guide and installation kit -- all solid and well designed, and they well. A little practice on a block of wood helps, and it takes some practice to avoid stripping with the self-bottoming tap. I acquired an inexpensive drill press a few years ago for drilling and tapping and my installations have gone from 90% to 100% accuracy.
    I love this product and give it my highest recommendation.

  4. Easy Install, saves money! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Dec 2014

    With the basic install kit and a little know how, ( how to work a drill) you'll be set. I've installed these on four pair of skis. I've never had to replace one, they have never come loose, they go in straight and the rolled threads are much stronger that cut ones. Or do it the easy way, take your skis to a shop and have them only drill your skis with the binding template for your fixers. Have them use your skis recommended drill bit for a pilot hole. With the template still on the ski, pop out the drill bit ( and a 12 pack!) and have them drill the larger hole for your inserts. The drill bit fits nicely into the jig for a dead on straight hole in your ski. Take em home, tap em, glue em and screw em. Four pairs, one binding.

  5. great inserts 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Nov 2014

    I was really impressed by the quality of the inserts and the thought that has gone into their design. They were relatively simple to install, and based on my first test, they worked great.

  6. Top notch 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Oct 2014

    These inserts are great. Now one binding system works with several ski options. The hardest part is marking the ski correctly, once you've got that down, it's a pretty simple process. Check out the instructional videos. They are great.

    I highly recommend for anyone on a budget that wants a quiver.

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