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I bought my wife some used flow bindings and they only came with one set of screws. Anyone know where i can get more? I checked a couple of hardware stores and came up empty.
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Snowboard shops should have them. I've seen Dakine and RC branded ones. Even Sportmart might have them. They come in different lengths too.
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thanks i will look in the next couple of days.
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Try Home Depot. I picked up a couple there. Just bring one to use as a sample.
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i tried there earlier today and they didn't have anything close to the right size. Canadain tire had some but they were to short.
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I'm not sure if HD or Cdn Tire is a good idea. The bolts that come with bindings seem to be hardened steel -- pretty high quality. If I slip with the screwdriver I haven't rounded the slots yet. With the soft metal crud that HD and such sell you, you can sneeze on it and strip the head.


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HD should have it in metric m6 size I believe. I got screws at a local place because it was higher quality. The hard part is I cant find washers. I just bought two sets of screws from sports chalet for 6 bucks each though.
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Binding screws are sold in different lengths too, so make sure you get the right ones. If the ones that came with your bindings are correct, take one with you to compare to the new ones before you buy.

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If you can't find the screws at HD or Cdn Tire, then go back to the shop you bought your bindings from. If the screws were missing when originally purchased, they should be providing replacements.
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I bought it off gear trade, and they said that it was missing before i bought. I just thought i would be able to get from home depot.
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