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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-11-2009, 04:32 PM
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Raiden Blackhawk Binding Question

I'm not sure if my binding is stripped. I got one binding off with the same screwdriver, but i cant get the second one off. Should i go to a hardware store and they could do it, and i also need4 more screws, should i get them from the hardware store or snowboard shop? Thanks
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whats the problem? you can't turn the screw because the screw head is stripped? i don't think a random hardware shop is going to help you with that, do you have a dad or uncle? hardware shops won't have the right kind of screws, you'll need to go to a snowboard shop.
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who wants to bet that he always used a #2 instead of a #3

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I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but make sure you're using the right size screwdriver. Most binding screws are a #3 philips. Most screwdrivers you have around the house are #2 philips. You can get the screws from either a snowboard shop, or a good hardware store. You want 6mm x 1 screws, stainless steel, look at the old ones for length, and head type. The snowboard shop will have the right ones w/o having to know what I just said. You can also order the screws online.
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