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These are the 2013 Flow NX2 ATs, with the I-strap. Really like these bindings overall. The only thing is that the highback lean adjustment screw on my back leg is really loose and unwinds (straightens up the highback from my preferred forward lean) every time I unstrap and strap after each run. Seems like I keep readjusting the lean every time up on the lift. This is not the case with my older Flow T5s, so it seems specific to the NX2s.

Is there something I could apply to the screw to make it a little more "sticky" so it doesn't loosen so easily? Need the screw to be adjustable from time to time to suit the riding I do, but just enough resistance to keep it in place.

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locktite, preferably blue (med strength).
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locktite, preferably blue (med strength).
I was considering blue loctite but wasn't sure if it was a good idea. I'll try some. Thanks!

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