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  1. Keymyster

    Keymyster Well-Known Member

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    Where can we get repairs done to a waterski? Last summer a boot ripped. Tried to find someone to fix it. Nobody wants to be responsible for putting on a new boot.
     
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    Mcob25rg Well-Known Member

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    Wiley's in Washingon state. They are fantastic - just did my boot - send it to them, it'll come back new. Shipping was more than the repair
     
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    obnoxious001 Engine building character

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    They aren't that hard to install, I would help you if you were in Parker. If you drill new holes, I carefully fill the old ones with JB Weld, but expect other epoxy would work fine also.
     
  4. Keymyster

    Keymyster Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. I might look you up. Going to find something online I think and try to put it on.
     
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    obnoxious001 Engine building character

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    I have been pretty happy with Connelly Stoker bindings for the past several years, with the exception that they don't seem to last real long. They seem to be the closest thing I can find to the old HO bindings that were so good.

    Overtons has some sale going on currently with 25% off I believe.
     
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    Keymyster Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. I will check them out.
     
  7. Lucky Larry

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    Larry would ditto that on the old HO bindings.

    When he couldn’t find new he liked, he found old skis in great condition on CL and got new OLD HO’s & changed ‘em out himself.

    “Lucky’s Wife”
     

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