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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm seeing an unbelievable amount of broken bindings at the moment, my only guess is they have been left open all summer and the heat in the house has caused them to bend outwards, then they hit the cold and get bent back the other way. It's seriously all I do all day from morning to evening. I see so many I've had to start charging labor on top of parts just because it takes up so much of my day.
Does anyone think 12 quid is a lot for fixing a broken strap? Keeping in mind I have to take the binding off and hunt around for a suitable spare, more often than not having to drill pieces/make improvisations. I was charging 2 pound 50 but the boss wasnt too happy with that. Laughing
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
What about t3h fl0w bind1ngs? Any advice for those?
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