|Originally posted by HeluvaSkier:
Probably is what BetaRacer mentioned, but could also be the result of waxing at too high of a tempurature. Base bubbles can form and look exactly like a poor mounting job. I have found they tend to occurr where the screws are - possibly as a result of the screws heating up more than the ski. Check the mounting, if its not that, then you probably have a bubbled base.
That sounds right- they appeared after I used my older iron for the first time this season. Can they be fixed for less than the price of just buying new rock/teaching skis? What goes into the repair process- compression, or stonegrinding, or ????
Thanks Heluvaskier, I think you nailed it.