I recently pulled the front screw of my toe plate out of my ski (K2 Enemy's with Chili's) and am curious at what is the best way to repair this so that the screw doesn't have a good chance of coming out again? I put a pretty good beating on these skis typically, so I don't want to risk tearing the whole toe plate off while in the bumps or landing an air. How reliable is the binding/ski connection when something like this happens? I had a pair of alpine skis in which the binding came out and was reattached (used heli coils at the time), and subsequently popped back off a month later. Those skis were foam core however, which I think may have had more to do with it than the method of binding re-attachment.
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1/7/03 at 6:47am