i just use the Devcon 2 part off white epoxy, im not sure how much it holds, but it works really well for me. i make makeshift edges out of it for my skis, and it lasts a good while. for me, jb weld was super shitty, it broke the very first run i used it
yeah for my pole i took a piece of wood dowel and used my dads DREMEL tool to sand it down so it would fit snuggly. then just put some epoxy on the wood part and the inside of the pole, put them together, and let dry. oh yeah i also cut off about a half inch of the bent pole on either side so i would be putting the dowel into a round part of the pole.
for nicks on the base near the edge, a good thing is to take a razor blade and cut out more base material towards the center of the ski. Get it really clean, no hairs or dust. Then use P-Tex from a base welder (not just a lighter and a stick of p-tex) and fill the entire hole, then grind flat. That should hold a bit better.
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sand the area a little before you epoxy
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