The A100 is compatible with many NNN, NNN BC, and SNS bindings. Check to make sure that the mounting pattern on your binding matches the mounting pattern on your skates.
The A100 ships with high-quality stainless steel hardware. All hardware is M5 size; hex head size is 3mm or 4mm.
While we have tested the included hardware to make sure it works with many bindings, it is possible that the hardware will not work for your exact binding. If it does not, please feel free to contact us for assistance. Home Depot often has a reasonable selection of stainless steel M5 screws. Bike shops can be another good source of metric hardware.
The A100 has four binding mount positions on the 45cm and 50cm sizes, and three mount positions on the 40cm size. We recommend positioning bindings such that the skater is roughly centered over (or slightly behind the center of) the portion of the blade that touches the ice. Those with larger feet will tend to install bindings toward the front of the skate, and those with smaller feet will tend to install bindings more toward the rear.
Follow the guides below to see the hardware positions. All screws should be snug and tight, but do not over-tighten. Over-tightening screws can damage the aluminum threads in the skate.
Use metric hex wrenches to install screws. Most hex wrench sets used for bikes are metric. Use of imperial hex wrenches in hardware with metric heads can damage the hardware. Use an adjustable wrench to hold nyloc nuts in place while installing screws into them.
Install the head of the binding first, and then install the plate over it.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.