Even if your forward pressure is slightly off it shouldn't do that to that degree. What kind of skis are they? The two rear holes might have stripped out and not be holding the binding to the ski. Some skis have really soft cores and easy to pull the screws out. Or even strip as a tech tightens them to the ski. I have seen this a lot. This is now why I hand tighten all screws to skis. No drills. Take em to a legit shop and they should be able to help you out. Good luck
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Yeah these are a bitch to mount. The rear bolts look like they have been stripped as the previous poster said. You will need to pull the binder off and helicoil the hole, then screw it down with some 12hr epoxy.
no they stopped making them because the only people that wanted them were racers at the time... now since the newschool scene is big mountain where people are cranking there din to stay in. They want a binding on twisting falls they will stay in. But they are a pain in the ass
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