Plum Pika Operating Guide

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Touring (no brakes):

  • Rotate the heel unit 90 degrees left or right into neutral/flat mode
  • Open toe unit jaws by pressing down on toe lever
  • Bump the front of your boot to the alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins
  • Lock the toe by pulling up on the toe lever all the way up through ratcheting clicks 

Touring (with brakes):

  • Rotate the heel unit 90 degrees left or right into neutral/flat mode
  • Press the brake assembly plate down to the ski topsheet, and slide aluminum plate forward completely to lock brakes
  • Open toe unit jaws by pressing down on toe lever
  • Bump the front of your boot to the alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins
  • Lock the toe by pulling up on the toe lever all the way up through ratcheting clicks 

Skiing (no brakes):

  • Rotate heel unit so the pins are directed towards the ski tip
  • Align boot pin holes with front pins, step down. Toe lever remains in first position
  • Step down to engage rear pins
  • Press down on toe lever with ski pole to exit binding

Skiing (with brakes):

  • Rotate heel unit so the pins are directed towards the ski tip
  • Press aluminum bar near side of brake assembly to release brakes
  • Align boot pin holes with front pins, step down. Toe lever remains in first position
  • Step down to engage rear pins
  • Press down on toe lever with ski pole to exit binding

Adjustment:

  • Boot sole adjustment of 20mm - rotate heel tower 90 degrees, and use Torx 20 bit on two star bolt heads
  • Ensure heel tower is adjusted with a 4mm gap on the pins between the rear of the boot and the heel unit
  • Lateral release value is adjustable using small Phillips head screwdriver in the topmost screw at the back of the heel tower. 
  • Forward release is adjustable with flathead screwdriver on large dial head at rear of heel tower

Binding Specifics:

  • Leash can either be girth hitched to the cable loop on the lever and clipped to boot or vise versa
  • Snow and ice buildup is possible under the toe springs if the bindings are open and skis are on a backpack after touring in wetter snow. Clear this area with ski pole tip and open and closing. Lock then unlock to check if binding is fully clamping the boot.
  • Periodically check that heel unit star bolt heads are tight 

 

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