My Raiden Blackhawk bindings were moving around too much when riding so I tightened the fuck out of them. In the process of screwing them in tighter I have managed to wear out the baseplate bolts (the bit where you place the screwdriver). Unsurprisingly, now I can't get the bolts out to remove the binding. The baseplate is solid metal. Anyone know a way to get those shits removed from my board? Alternatively, what is the least damaging way to the binding to get it removed?
If it was super cold when you tightened them then the material was slightly more dense at the time. Now that it is inside and warm the material expands and makes it even tighter. Even a nanometer would cause you problems. If you would Have cooled them off outside it would have helped in the beginning. Now u may need the easy out type of bit if stripped. If not stripped then put them out in the cold for a few hours and try again.
+1 to recutting a slot across the head and using a flathead screwdriver
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