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|12-31-2008 06:23 PM|
|pops||Alright thanks, I will.|
|12-31-2008 06:20 PM|
|Vlaze||Use Blue loctite for metal on metal application on the baseplate screws, tighten down as they've explained above and you shouldn't have to tighten them anymore at the mountain nor worry about them coming off.|
|12-31-2008 05:35 PM|
hey pops, relax. use the normal screws, screw them down tight and enjoy yourself on the slopes!
you have nothing to worry about.
|12-31-2008 05:26 PM|
|SnowBun||Probably not... but bring a screwdriver with you just in case?|
|12-31-2008 05:07 PM|
|12-31-2008 04:34 PM|
All-right, they don't.
They sould not come out on the mountain, should they?
|12-31-2008 04:27 PM|
|KC KONG||If your useing the right screws they shouldnt. Just look at the screws and then look where your screwing them and see if your screws look to long.|
|12-31-2008 04:24 PM|
|pops||Are you sure they won't nipple out?|
|12-31-2008 03:33 PM|
Originally Posted by KC KONG View Post
|12-31-2008 03:01 PM|
|KC KONG||I tighten all the screws down lightly till they stop. Then i go back and tighten them another strong turn. If your out riding and you notice a little wiggle in your binding then just tighten it when you get back home.|
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