I bought a set of almost new G3 Onyx bindings from a fellow bear. I brought them to a reputable ski shop in Montreal to be installed on a brand new pair of skis that I had bought online. I made sure to ask and confirm that they had the required jig to install those bindings, which they did.
A few weeks later, whilst looking at the skis, I noticed that the toe pieces appeared to be slightly off center. I inserted the boot in and Lo and behold, the slots at the back of the boot do not quite line up with the pins of the heelpiece. They are off by a few mm. Not much, but noticeable. To insert the boot in the heelpiece, it becomes necessary to slightly torque the boot. There is enough slop to accomplish that without releasing the binding at the toepiece, but I am afraid that it might be a problem when skiing. Am i worrying for nothing, or should I ask the shop to remedy their work. If so, what can be done, other than installing some kind of plate and re-drilling?