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Greg1981
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Any ski techs looking for side work?
« on: 03/05/19, 11:19 AM »

I need a dynafit binding remount. Pay you cash or trade labor. I'm a bike mechanic- good at suspension, hydro brakes, cartridge bearings, etc.
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Re: Any ski techs looking for side work?
« Reply #1 on: 03/05/19, 01:40 PM »

bindings are ez to mount if you can drill&screw straight
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Re: Any ski techs looking for side work?
« Reply #2 on: 03/06/19, 04:12 PM »

You might not use an impact driver if you haven't screwed a lot😊. Check wildsnow.com for directions.
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Re: Any ski techs looking for side work?
« Reply #3 on: 03/06/19, 06:55 PM »

entire tutorial at the mothership in tech talk titled
PSA; MOUNT YOUR OWN FUCKIN SKIS
the information is total life changing and liberating
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Re: Any ski techs looking for side work?
« Reply #4 on: 03/06/19, 09:20 PM »

Nice.

Bruce
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Re: Any ski techs looking for side work?
« Reply #5 on: 03/07/19, 07:51 PM »

wanna get the natives over there restless
ask which epoxy is the best for ski mounts
be sure and tell em Elmers is your go to Grin
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