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Don’t let pinner brakes stand in the way of your dream rig -- get the Marker Duke/Jester 132mm Brakes.
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Pricey and seem cheaply made
Separate option for $50, wow pricey, and they don't seem as sturdy as my STH. Tryed them, went back to solly
i've got sir francis bacon's, do you think...
i've got sir francis bacon's, do you think i can just bend the stock brakes enough or do i have to hand over $60?
If you bought the 110mm brake, then you should be able to easily bend it enough for the Bacons.
Brake worked well with Jesters mounted up to some EP Pros with no problems. They are a little pricey but you have to have them for fat skis.
marker puts you in a real fix here, dunno if it was on purpose but the dukes are designed so that there's not much brake arm sticking into the snow, making it so when you bend the stock brakes out to 130 they hardly hit the snow at all, making you suckered into spending 60 bucks on these, they should just let you choose which one you want with the bindings, you're paying enough for those anyway...
Its a brake. There's not much to it.
I bought this brake to go on my Jester bindings mounted on my new Pontoons. There is no reason for these to be this expensive and Marker should sell the size brake you need for your ski and not make it an extra. Especially when the jester is the recommended binding for the Pontoon. I doubt the brake will even do anything if I'm skiing in the powder that I hope to be with this ski and it comes off.
does any1 know where to find wide brakes...
does any1 know where to find wide brakes for these particular bindings --- marker 6725d1es, motion TT easy step bindings?????
will these brakes work with :marker 6725d1es,...
will these brakes work with :marker 6725d1es, motion TT easy step bindings?
How can ski companies charge 60 effing...
How can ski companies charge 60 effing dollars for a part that probably cost $5 to make!?!?that's weak marker....