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  1. #1
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    Shop guys - help on Tyrolia Attack2 Toe Piece - possible replacement part

    Hi all,

    Hoping a shop guy/gal may know if the part shown below (the movable plastic toe piece on Attack2 13 bindings) is something that can be sourced.

    Cross posting - Gear Swap posting

    the captive nut in the movable toe has stripped out, seems like the nylock nut is particularly tight and I guess I was able to get into toe height spec initially. Went to adjust slightly as I noticed toe movement and it was just spinning. Before I go all shade tree mechanic on with either epoxy or JB Weld and new lock nut is there an option to purchase the replacement part(s).

    Or does a shop have a donor piece I could buy that is not jacked up?

    Thanks in advance for any advice..

    Plastic stripped out...

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    Can this part be purchased as a replacement?

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  2. #2
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    I bought some skis on here with attacks (not the 2s) that had the same issue and design. I successfully glued the metal nut in the housing that stripped out and was then able to adjust toe height. I recall using toothpicks to keep the nut centered while the glue cured.

    Good luck

  3. #3
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    yeah, that is likely the approach I'll be taking, with some epoxy to try to lock it down and get it back into service.

  4. #4
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    I am no help on this but thanks for the heads up - I use attack2ís and swap em on different skis with inserts. So I need to move that screw a lot to get at the insert screws. May need to get a spare toe piece just in case! Ugh

  5. #5
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    or lock down that screw with some epoxy or jb weld so that it won't move at all. Or, pull apart the screw and bolt, add a bit of white grease to the threads, so it doesn't bind up on the nylock or thread lock part of the bolt. I did just that on my set-up and then locked the nut back down into it's cradle.

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