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Metal Grip Ski Snowboard Base Repair Material Black - (55-560-331)

Metal Grip Ski Snowboard Base Repair Material Black - (55-560-331)


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One, 1 foot rope of Black Metal Grip Ski Snowboard Base bonding Material.

The newest technology in base repair allows base material to adhere to the ski edges and core, offering a much better bond than co-polymer. Metal grip is designed to fill up half the repair area that is against the ski core or edge. Once metal grip has been applied, standard p-tex base repair material is laid over it for a finished repair. Metal grip will work for repairs where a base patch has been the traditional method, decreasing the work time significantly.

A chisel tip soldering iron (found at tool and hardware stores) is recommended to melt metal grip into the base.

Lay this down first for damage that is deep or near edge. Use soldering iron.
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Haven't been able to use it yet.

    Posted by Steve Williamson on Mar 15th 2024

    Haven't been able to use it yet.

  • 5
    Metal Grip

    Posted by skierA on Mar 13th 2024

    Works as advertised

  • 5
    Metal Grip Ski Snowboard Base Repair Material...

    Posted by Peter Bonser on Jan 11th 2024

    I only needed a very small piece of this product for my repair. It melted in nicely and appeared to adhere to the core material below the base. Careful to use a temp. controlled heart source (a soldering iron is too hot) as my repair area was so small I did use my soldering iron as it was heating up and it melted the tiny Metal Grip chunk I used quickly so there was no overheating of that material.

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