Leash for Norpine NNN-BC

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Woodserson
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Re: Leash for Norpine NNN-BC

Post by Woodserson » Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:32 pm

spwath wrote:
Verskis wrote:And don't forget to add some glue to the hole to seal the ski core!
Ah, I did not think of that.

Any particular type of glue I am supposed to use?
Goop is good, stays flexible when cold, waterproof, recommended by Altai, woodglue OK, but brittle in the cold, I don't think it works well actually.

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Re: Leash for Norpine NNN-BC

Post by spwath » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:58 pm

Woodserson wrote:
spwath wrote:
Verskis wrote:And don't forget to add some glue to the hole to seal the ski core!
Ah, I did not think of that.

Any particular type of glue I am supposed to use?
Goop is good, stays flexible when cold, waterproof, recommended by Altai, woodglue OK, but brittle in the cold, I don't think it works well actually.
Thanks for all the info.

I seem to have done it successfully. Metal loop things are a bit bigger than I needed, but only size avalible, and they work fine. Bought some snowboard leashes that strap around ankle, and everything seems to work. Time to test these out soon!
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