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Remounting bindings on park skis
Couple of months ago i mounted my J Whip It's on the recommended line (-2cm), because i thought i would use them a little bit more all mountain.
My current situation is that i ski park 95% of the time, and the position of the binding seems like it would hold back my progress.
Should and can i remount my sticks to true center, and will it fuck up the structure?
I know im basically a noob who doesnt know shit, and having a setback on a symetrical twin tip is as stupid as it gets.
Yeah you can remount them, just make sure you plug the holes properly so no water can go in a rot your core
**This post was edited on Sep 6th 2017 at 4:06:52am
Just leave them at what you have them at, it is highly unlikely that you will ever notice it
your skis aren't symmetrical bud, leave em there
Doubt you'll notice at all, plenty of skis that are park-oriented have recommended freestyle mounts around there or further back anyway. If you do want to get them remounted all you need is about 1cm between any old and new holes and to make sure they're plugged tight with pegs & glue. Any decent shop can sort it out for you, but like I said probably not worth it.
Thanks people, for now i will leave them there
yeah as said you can totally remount them as long as you give the old hole some closure and dont drill too close to them
don't do it. those are already mounted plenty far forward, youre not missing anything by not being center mounted and there are downsides to center mounting
yeah dont go forward. Way more drawbacks than gains, especially only going 2 forward. doubt you would even notice a swing weight difference OP.
Thanks, this is really helpfull!
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