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01-09-2010 11:04 PM

Make sure to get the BLUE loctite, not the red.

Put a little dab on whatever screws are coming loose, then tighten them to whatever is desirable, given what the screw is holding on.

Screws for your straps will need to be a little loose then the ones actually holding your bindings to the board because the straps need to be able to move around.
01-09-2010 10:59 PM
ah6tyfour I just posted the same problem:
01-09-2010 06:36 PM
Wobbly Bindings?

Today was my first day out with my new board and it rode like a dream. The only problem was that I kept having to stop every few runs because my bindings were coming REALLY loose. Usually I dont tighten my screws to their extreme because i thought this could damage my base, but today I got fed up with them and screwed the suckers hard ( insert "thats what she said" joke here). Also when i screwed them in they made a cracking noise but i figured it was just the packed snow in my bindings...ideas?

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