Does anyone know where I can buy ski tip protectors for Ninth Ward True Twin, 178cm, please? Thx, Bob
Where can I buy ski tip protectors?
Some suggestions in this old thread: http://www.epicski.com/t/80723/rubber-ski-tip-protector/0_10
Have you searched delamination repair? It uses epoxy, clamps, rivets or t-nut and bolt, etc.
I have seen generic rubber ones on eBay from time-to-time. The question is are they the right shape or have enough flex to match the profile of your skis. Hmmm, I wonder if flexible U channel rubber might work?
ebay: U channel rubber
Edited by GorgeSkier - 12/29/13 at 11:00am
Ouch. Ya probably need a little epoxy to go with the duct tape Do the whole delam fix with clamps and epoxy, then when done wrap the tip with duct tape down to where the base flattens out to hold it all together. You'll never notice the duct tape as long as it's just on the tip, other than the improved looks!
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G-flex your best option from West epoxy. Also another option ski specific epoxy. Entropy making one which you can buy in small amount. Many ski builders, including myself, using their products
very important surface preparation. afterwards glued up area have to be clamped evenly. Here you have to follow epoxy manufacture recommendations