The Main Pivot Screw is attached to both ends of the Main Pivot.
This Screw is what keeps the Toe Lugs and Toe Bail attached to the Main Pivot. Attaching this screw onto the Main Pivot requires two 5mm hex wrenches. You must keep one screw from turning with one hex wrench while you fully tighten the screw on the other side with the other 5mm hex wrench. Watch this video for details on how to remove and attach the Main Pivot Screws to the Main Pivot.
These simple to use climbers come in a low and high version for either 7 or 14 degrees of calf-saving heel rise for the steeps. They can be used independently, so you don't need to put one down to use the other. Keep the low one up when you flip up the big boy, then flip down the high climber and the low one is ready. Sold as a set of two.
Bishop telemark ski brakes can be easily installed or removed with two screws (extras included). Three brake sizes to choose from. It is possible to bend the brakes out a bit for a ski that is a few millimeters wider than the brake, but it is best to go to the next size up.
Put your bindings through a work out each season? They may be due for a tune. The Bishop 2.0 is a high performance binding and our tune up kits are here to help you keep them running smooth and strong. Check out the inside edge Toe Lugs that can get smacked when you do a lead change (separate those legs!) and also the rest of the parts along the hard-working Main Pivot Thru Axle.
We recommend putting a light coating of Binding Butter on the springs every 500k vertical feet (or at least once a season), and then check the front end for wear every 1 million vertical feet. New springs can be used after 2-3 million vertical feet, depending on your tele style. If you go super low, could be earlier.
The Basics includes: Binding Butter, 2 Toe Lugs, 2 Axel Screws, 2 White Inside Spacers, 2 Black Outside Spacers, 2 Spring Washers, 4 Knuckle Bearings, & 2 5mm Hex Keys.
The Works includes everything above plus 2 Toe Bails & 4 Springs.
Compatible with the 2.0 only.