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so, i had a pair of scratch 200 bindings on my invaders, and i toasted them a week ago. So i bought a pair of px12 ti's and wen to the shop to get them mounted as I'm going skiing on Friday. so i get there shops closed and I'm freakin out. So i get home and notice the holes are in the same places for both bindings. So i took of the old ones put on the px12's and everything seems to be fine. i adjusted to my sole length and adjusted the din. Does anyone see a problem with what i did ? and should i have just waited and or am i forgetting something ?
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maybe want to drop a little epoxy or something in each hole
yea, deff want to do that!!
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put some gorrilla glue in there
yea def epoxy or wood glue, and don't over tighten or use a drill! you'll strip the holes and then have to heely coil, which is a bitch.
you guys realize that he put the new bindings in the old holes right?
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whatever I've changed bindings without usuin glue or epoxy and haven't had big problems, but it couldn't hurt to throw some in if you're worried
I've done it when I snapped and heelpiece on some shitty solly bindings and didn't want to re-drill for one new heelpiece, they should be ok, but most definitely put some JB weld, Gorilla glue, some some other sort of really strong glue or 2-part epoxy in the holes.
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man thats risky as hell at the very least you would want to put some epoxy in there, every one ive seen do this has riped either a heel or toe off within about a week, you may just want to take a few measurements and move then forward or backward a cm or somthing this will give ya a better chance of them staying on your feet and if your just gunna leave em at least trun your din down so they're less likely to rip off
you should be fine as long as the holes are not stripped at all. A little white glue in there would help but otherwise I see no problem with it.
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