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Mounting SKi Bindings into already used holes. ????
so my invaders were mounted, but then i took the bindings out and got them mounted to my moments. but now i took them back off my moments. so now i have bindings and i want them to be back on my invader.
soo can i just screw them in back into the wholes and be done?
^sorry my friends a jelous ol snowboarders..
anyway i just buy some of these rubber things and put them in the holes, then i'm guessing they expand as you drill the holes in, causeing them to be really tight in the hole.
yes there are these little plastic inserts you can use. take them to a shop they will know what to do.
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TAKE THEM TO THE SHOP.. dont fuck around with that.
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Helicoils. They are your friend.
Try some good wood glue or even epoxy if you are gunna leave them mounted for a while. No sense in messing with heli coils if you don't have to. just take it slow and use a posi driver (aka big ass phillips). No drill this time.
the quick answer is yes.
if you are remounting into previously drilled holes that is ok as long as they aren't volcano'ed or stripped. some old markers back in the day required you to use the rear of the binding as the jig. you had to screw in the front to line the back then take it off. retarded, yes, but it's ok under some situations.
i've taken off the front toe piece off my brigades for some work earlier this year with no ill effects. just make sure that there has been no damage to the ski from anything, and use a good glue to keep the screws in and water out.
Or just flip the ski around and re-drill. Don't worry about putting it in the same holes.
Not a bad idea as long as the holes aren't really close together..
Otherwise, yeah - helicoil.
as long as the holes look somewhat clean like not stripped or rusted out you should be fine i do it all the time man
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