Something is not right. No baseplate should have any play in it. We need more details. Brand of bindings?
Or for some reason the inserts have less depth? (Which you can’t change, but you could try shorter screws)Maybe too long of screws?
The screws may not actually be in good and tight. The teeth of the baseplate to binding interface must also be perfectly aligned. How you ride and the snow conditions also come into play. Differing topsheet thickness and screw length can also be an issue, bottoming the screws out, or not grabbing enough in the first place. On fast groomer days carving I can get away with using setting 6 on a dewalt drill with a not so fresh battery. Setting 5 for a fresh battery. Setting 6 for a fresh battery if conditions are wet. Setting 7 for turning in deep pow, or else my bindings are doing what yours do by midday.Hello experienced riders. I need help on this issue I have.
I did some reading about potential explanations for running into these problems. Such as temperature changes, crossed threads, screw length wrong etc.
I tried my fix with plummers tape. The screws are in good and tight, but my baseplates still shift around even when screwed down.
What is the right fix?? Help!
I should note the bindings are only a season old and the board is brand new.