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Is remounting bad for your skis
And why is it bad for your skis
They don't look as nice as they did before.
Naw you’re good just make sure to plug those holes any decent ski shop will do that too
it will slowly get weaker the more you drill into it
Also yea like the dude above said, you gotta get the old hole plugged or the core could get water logged easier
Just think about the concept of drilling holes into your skis.
As long as it's filled in properly, don't lose any sleep over it. I feel like most people use a rule of thumb to not remount more than 3 times, but you could if you need to I guess.
it's not terrible for your skis but there's a finite amount of times you can do it on one pair of skis... most people say 3 or 4 times max (and make sure the old holes are plugged very well or else you have a really easy way to get water in your core which obviously is bad news). so it also affects the resale value to some extent, if that's something youre concerned about. im not going to give you the same amount of money for used skis with 2 or 3 remounts as i would for a pair that's only been mounted once, of course
more likely issue is you run out of room for new holes depending on where you mount them and what the hole pattern is for each set of bindings
what context are you asking in?
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