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|02-14-2014 12:08 AM|
|twowheeled||biggest problem I have is the screws loosening mid-run cause the locking part of the thread gets worn down. I'm gonna try blue loctite. Anyways the worst possible stress you can put on a board is ridding with loose screws. Always keep them tight and you should have no issues.|
|02-13-2014 02:57 PM|
4 boards 5 sets of bindings, i loosen when i bring the boards indoors, and generally have 2 boards in the car at all times, and loosen when waxing, but only half a turn just to prevent pull on the board and easier to scrape...
Never swapped out bindings though, never had a need...
|02-12-2014 11:30 PM|
|Triple8Sol||It's fine as long as you're using the right size screwdriver bit and being careful not to crossthread. Depending on how often you're swapping, the screw heads will strip eventually but it's cheap/easy to source another set.|
|02-12-2014 07:48 PM|
Originally Posted by tradnwaves4snow View Post
And wow some of you guys who posted have ALOT of bindings!
Here I am feeling spoiled with just a second deck
|02-12-2014 05:32 PM|
Originally Posted by Lamps View Post
Yeah, I wouldn't worry at all about binding swapping constantly on the EST/Channel system. If the inserts strip just slide new ones into the channel!
I've got some C60 non-ESTs for sale too if anyone's interested. Size M.
|02-12-2014 04:53 PM|
Originally Posted by Donutz View Post
Also channel boards from burton at least makes the binding swapping easier.
|02-12-2014 04:47 PM|
|Donutz||3 decks, 5 pairs of bindings, less of a problem...|
|02-12-2014 03:35 PM|
|02-12-2014 02:17 PM|
|tradnwaves4snow||point is I take my binding off alot, probably 10 - 15 times just this season. so if you like the feel of your bindings use them on both.|
|02-12-2014 02:14 PM|
|tradnwaves4snow||I take my bindings off usually when I wax (unless i'm in a hurry). I like to look over them, remove any ice or other grit stuck in them. Then I remount them after, checking all the screws and looking for general wear and tear on parts. If you know how to torque a screw the right way there should never be an issue. Torque each one little by little and make sure you use the right size screwdriver (I use the T shaped grip screwdriver gives better leverage and lets you put more weight down onto it to prevent stripping)|
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