BiffbarfCall/email ON3P, they'll likely offer to repair them or guide you in the right direction to do it yourself.
^ OP - reach out to us direct - we're happy to help - either with a repair or replacement. Doesn't look like order was through us directly, so don't have your contact info to give you a call.
CalumSKItell them u skied into a ditch
works every time
One for one.
iced^cutting and epoxying the gap is the best bet imo
not a shop tec but (seeing as its not gear talk) it worked for me pretty well. Make sure to grind down the edge well if you cut
The issue here is that the surface prep on the edge is now rusted. Really hard to bond once rusted. If we were to try and rebond, we'd pull the edge out as much as we can cleanly, sandblast, and reassemble. Depending on the length, though, might be easier just to fill. A bit hard to tell without the skis in front of me.
HomeskillitDont get ON3P, I've seen this happen to almost everyone that I know that has them. Hate as much as you want
Anecdotal data is fine, no reason to hate on that. If you friends need assistance, we're easy to reach.
We also know it is cool to hate on us, so we're pretty used to it now. That said, we build thousands of pairs per year. We have to warranty a handful per season. Skiing, particularly park skiing, is hard on any product. Kids lapping rails all season on rope tows at Hyland are about as hard on skis as anyone out there, so if anyone anywhere is gonna have edge issues, it is you guys (and I say that with respect).
For what it is worth, we have less than ten warranty claims (
any customer contact related to an issue, regardless if issue is one covered by warranty) out of the state of MN in the past decade (and yes, we track all this data).
**This post was edited on Mar 13th 2019 at 9:47:57pm