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Last season I was went off a jump and when i landed my bindings snapped off and scraped my board a little. I realized my bindings were too tight but that’s besides the point. I’m wondering if I need a new board because of where the scrape happened.( the screws from the bottom of the bindings scraped it.) I’ll provide pictures.
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You don't NEED a new board, but it might be good practice to make sure your base screws are tightened up from now on. Hard to tell if that's wood you see but at any rate seal it up with a thin layer of epoxy, or maybe even in this case something like silicone or anything that is waterproof and flexible would work. At least that's what I'd do.
 

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Support snowboarding. Buy another board, or two. And then get a pair of bindings to go with the new board. That’s what I usually do. 😆
 
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