/ Repair/refit bindings advice
Or just gets some new blades?
First problem is that you have snowblades....
To answer your second problem - yes, it can be fixed but it depends on how you interpret 'proper'. Your local ski shop should be able to drill a new pilot hole and then install a helicoil.
Alternative method is to fill old hole with slow set epoxy / fiberglass mix (loft insulation should work fine), let it set, then drill new hole. This method is not recommended but should work if the epoxy / fiberglass sticks sufficently.)
Finally, have you considered moving the bindings back or forward a little to avoid hole conflict?
To be honest i have filled old holes with flexi superglue...prob not recommended but i have had no problems two years later
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