last season i broke a ski and took my bindings off, this season i bought a single replacement ski from someone who also broke one and im wondering if i can put that binding back on in the same place with some wood glue, or do you think a shop would be willing to do that?
As long as you stored the ski indoors (or in a dry location) they'll be fine. If it's a good shop that knows what they're doing it will come out as good as new. I do it all the time to my own skis. Best approach is plenty of wood glue and counter turning the screws until you feel them fall into the original threads. If you are careless and rethread the holes, there might be issues down the road.
Yeah dude it will work fine. Like previous poster said make sure just be careful and make sure u put some PVA in the holes first. I see far too many skis come in through my shop where people have p***d around with their bindings and not resealed the holes. Resulting in a soft mushy core that wont hold a screw.
yeah, try it.
The only thing that could be bad is if your strip the holes out. So, screw them back in, and if any of the screws just keep turning the hole is stripped. Normally not a big deal, but can for sure let moisture in and/or more likely to pull out (lol).
well the reason i dont want to re drill is cause i dont want my elizabeths anything but center mount, and theyve been mounted twice so i just want to put it back on, but im definitly going to have my shop do it i aint gonna fuck it up