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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-06-2009, 11:47 AM
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hey, my bro bought a board and the bindings are moving on the board, i dont think there ment to are they?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-06-2009, 12:16 PM
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seriously? tighten them maybe?

wow.
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Check to make sure the screws aren't too long either, if you think it's tightened all the way
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Check to make sure the screws aren't too long either, if you think it's tightened all the way
ye the screws are tuight its not the screw its the board circle piece that moves.
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ye the screws are tuight its not the screw its the board circle piece that moves.
Right, so if the circle piece is moving, and the screws are too tight, the screws could be too long. They are bottoming out on the board, and not tightening to the binding plate.
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Is this a new board with new bindings or a used setup? If its used it may be possible that the teeth on the disk (circle piece) are worn down and not engaging the bottom of the binding. If so, just get some new disks and you should be OK. Just a thought.
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ok we found new circle pieces but they didnt line up with the holes, 2 did so we tightened them down and its a lot stronger, now it takes some force to move it, i think it should do for tommorow. the board is used, the last discs didnt cover up all of the teeth, like it wasnt high enough. or maybe it was just worn.thx
also my mate said itll need waxing, wen i used to to rollerblading to grind rails and stuff we justed used candle wax would this be ok or will i need propper wax.
post #9 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-06-2009, 01:32 PM
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If you are still having an issue, try adding a washer. That usually does the trick unless the discs are stripped.
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