At the end of last season I picked up a pair of Head Mojo 94s with Tyrolia Peak 15 bindings from Tramdock. I took them to one of our big local shops to mount. My friend picked them up for me but when I got them home, needless to say, the mounting job was less than stellar. They are at least 3-5mm off to the side on one ski, and it looks on the other that the mount is not straight (toe piece pointed out).
I've been searching around the forum and seems like there is some amount of play depending on how the binding is screwed down. So I'll have them try that first. But assuming that doesn't work I wanted to ask you guys what I should have them do to fix this.
Since I wanted them mounted on the line, and they are, I assume they can't just drill new holes since they'll be right on top of the old ones. If they remount a different binding, say a Marker Jester, would the configuration be different enough that the holes would still be far enough from the old ones that they could still be mounted on the line? I know I could have a plate put on but I wanted this to be a flat mount.
The shop is obviously not going to cave and just get me a new pair of skis (and I love the look of the old Mojo, anyway). What should I ask them to do in this situation?
Thanks for the help.