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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-26-2013, 08:39 PM
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wet loctite eats plastic, that's why manufacturers tell you not to use it, because the idiots overapply it and then screw it in wet

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Be carefull not to put to much or it will drip in the bottom of the insert and accumulate overtime.Afterwards if you tight your binding screws to hard you can go thru your inserts and make them ''bubble'' off the base.

It happened to me on a old Nitro board whern I was a kid it sucked.
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I only equate the big no-no to buying burton bindings in the past and the manual states to not add loctite and from hear-say from people...I just use Teflon over the factory added blue loctite

The hardware on my Burton bindings came with a small dab of blue. Like mentioned before, stick to the blue stuff or teflon.
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