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binding and rail compatability

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I have 3 pairs of skis (4 counting my wife) that I would ship out west so I would have advantage of selection. I can fit all 4 into a SPortTube double IF I slide the bindings off the rails, then put them back on at the other end. I am hoping to not have to bring all 4 pairs of bindings with me in my bag. I have Marker Griffons and also Marker Motion 10.0 that look like they are mounted on identical rails. Can I just bring with me the Griffons and swap them between 2 pairs of skis? My 3rd pair of skis has older Marker Squire bindings that look like a wider rail.
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