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What do u think they will do?
well today i noticed that when my local ski shop put my bindings on they screwed the screws in so far that the screw is making bumps on the bottom of my ski and soon it will come farther and farther out...if i bring them to them and tell them what do u think they will do??
they'll HAVE to either fix it (would work really well butnot perfectly) or give you new skis ( you can easily get new skis ifyou dont act like a dumb).
It might also depends on wich skis you bought... wich are ????
well i wanna try to get new skis
they will put shorter screws in.
If you play your cards right and its a good shop you can get new skis.
ya dude u better get new skis out of that mistake
hum that basically damaged the core and thae base, the best thing they could do is reapiring teh base using a machine and placeshorter screws in it. The thing is you paid for not damaged skis and should geet some. unless you bought super cheap skis that were on sale so they could argue with that.
If you bought good skis, I highly suggest you to try having a pair of skis that didnt get fucked up like that. I worked in a shop and I know they can fix it so you wont be able to see the damage but the base will be tinnyer on some spots and it isnt too good for the skis to be in such a state.
yeah i would like to get different ones i had 06 fugatives
wow i let some store srew on my bindings and the broke the bindings and they got me new bindings so that was nice and they should do the same for you
did you use lifeter bindings and not tell them you took out the lifter? or were they just idiots?
be a man and tell um strait up you need new skis and they will ruin your performance if there wrecked like that, tell um they screwed with the bindings and you need new skis or youll never rely on there shp again, theyll feel threatened and youl have no mo problems.
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