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w_skier1. if you are drilling exactly where the yellow in your picture is you measured something wrong
2. I would just mount 1 cm back from center, I've gotten away with having 1 hole sketchy like that but all 4 would never work, even the upper left hole would probably be considered too close in a shop
qyleberryNo I'm def not drilling exactly where yellow is
and alright, do I just fill the pre-existing holes with epoxy?
Also if I got squires again would I just be able to screw them in because the holes are already drilled?
Thanks for all the help!
boppinNo, dont do it. It won't work. Just mount back a little bit.
qyleberryIf I got new squires your telling me I cant just put epoxy and the screw in? telling me don't do something else... I'll mount back 1 cm if I get different bindings, but would the squire thing work?
MinggSemi-unrelated, but also not new thread worthy.
How much will a shop charge if you didn't buy bindings or skis through them but ask for a mount? I'm getting a new pair of skis mounted and having another pair remounted at center. So yeah, cost of two mounts generally?
-InfamousMax-Yea, a friend of me also did the exactly same thing with squires and it works fine! If you want to be sure you can use inserts, which you screw in the holes and then you just mount your bindings as usual. The advantage is that you can mount and take off your binding as often as you want without destroying the holes or the wooden core in your skis.
For exact information hit T-
Van with a pm.
Tradeka123i know this isn't entirely relevant but i wasn't happy with the squires. they were light as fuck though
qyleberryYea this is my first year from switching from snowboarding to skiing and as I ski more and more I realize how cheap they really are... The brakes have broken really badly and now the left one wiggles, but it is very secured to the ski...