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Binding Screws

This seems like a stupid question. Where can I get replacement screws for my bindings. I'm assuming all snowboard binding screws are basically universal. Hardware store? Maybe the local ski shop?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-20-2009, 11:45 PM
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the local snowboard shop will for sure have them, but speaking of this topic: does anyone know where you can get insanely strong bolts, like bolts that will not strip. the bolts that came with my bindings are extremely soft and ive never had much better luck with anyother screws.

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yeah seriously i just stripped one of my screws and it was only second time i've tightened em up. maybe a was being to forceful
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make sure you guys are using the correct sized screwdriver
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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-21-2009, 06:43 AM
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i have a question ,
i have th ics cartels , but the guy in the shop realy turned them so hard down
that i can't open them anymore...

are theire tools that i can use to unscrew it without damaging my board, screw and bindings
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If you don't have a ski/snowboard repair shop close by you can pick up one of those stop pads that has the screwdriver kit in it. It also has a few screws in it. Should be on an end cap or by the other snowboard swag in any of the big sports authority type places.
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Are you talking about the binding mounting screws? If so, just make sure you find a driver that fits the size of the head very well and be careful. You might try using a shot of WD-40 to help lubricate the threads. A tiny shot around each screw and let it sit for 15 minutes so the penetrating oil can work it`s way down along the threads.
when i use the wd-40... won't it be dangerous?? that my binding screws will unscrew their self during snowboarding
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