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Old 11-02-2004   #1
Join Date: Oct 2003
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Fix for Fischer Big Stix 84 tail cap?

Can't get a picture to turn out very well, so I'll try to describe.

The tail end of the Fischer Big Stix has a rubber cap. One of them has fallen off, exposing the guts of the ski. Tried sealing it with epoxy, but that fell off within my first 5 runs. So, not a viable fix. Don't need to "build-up" the end of it to match the other ski, really just looking to seal it off so it doesn't delam. Any suggestions for something that would be long lasting? Don't want a band-aid fix.

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