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I got my PE's mounted and i told the guy to mount them at 1 and1/2 above the center and he did it 1 1/2 back and it is WAy to far back, if i get them remounted will the ski break???What should i do?
nope you cant there wortheless now.......................... but really, you can remount ski 3-4 times before they weaken enoguh to break.
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make the shop give you a new pair, or at least give you some money back, they screwed up your stuff!
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Fuck the ski tech up..
I don't look for trouble, I'm already trouble..
yeah if they did that to me i would demand a new pair of skis
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Did you buy them at the shop where you had them mounted?
if you remount, make sure none of the screw holes are within a centimeter or two of another, otherwise there is a damn good chance that they will break. This happened to me, and my skis broke because the holes for the heel piece, were only about a centimeter away from eachother, and the whole tail got weak, and tehn the ski snapped in a straight line between the screw holes.
Robbie Wade (7-21-83)-(8-4-02)
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I would fuck that tech up. Then I would make him give me new skis, then I would take them to another shop and have them mounted the right way.
Don't piss me off. I will rip your ticket and kick you bitch ass off my hill.
Yeah, same thing happend to me, Got my new bindings mounted close to my old holes and my tail snapped straight line across. That was a bad year for me. My ski flew about 2o feet in the air after i got it off my foot tho. OOO, those sad memories. Get them remounted pat, u'll be fine. Luv u,
im going to cry
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