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K2 Auto Ever Highbacks

The highbacks on my bindings flop up and down...I tightened the screws as much as it would go, but they don't stay in place. I know it doesn't affect performance; it's just more of an annoyance. Any ideas on how I could fix them?

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Super glue, epoxy, really though you probably don't want to do that...
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Is it a design flaw? Or is it just my specific bindings?

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i had a pair of 09's and 2010's. Mine didn't flop at all.
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i had a pair of 09's and 2010's. Mine didn't flop at all.
Well thats sucks for me. :-/

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are you sure they are pushed back all the way? Sometimes it takes a really good push to lock it in place.
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are you sure they are pushed back all the way? Sometimes it takes a really good push to lock it in place.
Yeah I pushed it back all the way. I also went to more than one authorized K2 dealer, and they can't figure out why it doesn't stay into place. They suggested putting a small washer between the highback screw and the binding. Yeah, I was thrilled with that answer.

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