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WTB: Binding Screws

Hello all! I am in need of several sets of binding screws/washers. I didn't find any that would work at the local hardware shops, but seriously, they are just screws and washers...yet the prices I see online and on ebay are crazy. Anyone have or know where to get cheap screw sets is? Thanks!
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Ik if your bindings are rome they will send you a new plate that goes into the center of the bindings which comes with screws for free if you just ask, maybe try and ask the company that your bindings are for some more screws.
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Where do you live? You can usually find them fairly cheap in ski towns. I would call a shop in Breckenridge or something and find out if they'll ship them to you for cheap.
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You're joking right? Just go to the nearest Ski/Snowboard shop and get some for $0-$5.
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Ik if your bindings are rome they will send you a new plate that goes into the center of the bindings which comes with screws for free if you just ask, maybe try and ask the company that your bindings are for some more screws.
Burton did the same for me. Didn't even have to pay shipping, just sent them out.
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