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Changing flow M9 ratchets.

I had some issues with my ratchets on my m9s and flow sent me some new ones but i can't figure out how to put them on. Where the screw goes is covered up by the teeth and i don't know how im going to get a screw driver in there to tighten it.

If pics are needed i will post. Thanks in advance.
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I think this is right some of them are to big.
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Yeah man I don't know on that one. Might just have to get creative. Mine ratchets are riveted on so...

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ya im not seeing an easy solution yet. I thought that maybe i was just an idiot lol. I will check with flow to see what they say.
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here are a couple more, the part that holds the screw has barbs on it so i can't rotate that piece.
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Check with Flow before fuckin' with them, I'm sure there is a way.

It would suck to wreck them & get nothing for them because you did it too yourself.

Maybe check youtube?

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Hey I changed mine out on my old Team Bindings. I had to drill the rivets out.My screw kit didn't come with the barbed nut thing.The kit that I had the screw went in on the inside of the power strap and the threaded piece went in the hole in the ratchet.I would post pics but I no longer have the bindings,you can also call Flow up ask for Cristian not sure if I spelled his name right.
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I looked at your pics again can you flip the ratchet in a way to put the screw in? or you can get the screw in but can't fit a screwdriver in to tighten the screw tight? I remember it being a pain in the ass to switch mine out maybe you have to hold your mouth right to do it.
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lol, thx i will give the mouth thing a try.

I am going to give them a call today.
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