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12-08-2007, 05:07 PM
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Skate runner/holder screw needed.

I have CCM Vector 6.0's. I like the skate cause it fits my foot well, i have weird shaped feet. Anyway when i got off the ice Thursday from my game i noticed that the back screws that hold the runner to the holder were missing. I have regular runners not t-blade. I checked 2 local stores and couldn't find replacement screws, anyone know where i can buy them online?


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I have CCM Vector 6.0's. I like the skate cause it fits my foot well, i have weird shaped feet. Anyway when i got off the ice Thursday from my game i noticed that the back screws that hold the runner to the holder were missing. I have regular runners not t-blade. I checked 2 local stores and couldn't find replacement screws, anyone know where i can buy them online?
I had that happen with my Easton's. If it is the same some helmet fasteners will work. It has to be the right diameter insert (nut) and reach both sides of the plastic but still snug up before it bottoms out when tightened.

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you should be able to find a very close match at any value home center or hardware supply. Take the other one out for comparison.

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i'll chec for a match at a hardware store.

the holder is e pro not tuuk.

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be sure to look for one in stainless steel.

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Make sure when you replace the hardware you put some type of thread locking compound on it or it will happen again.

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clear fingernail polish works great for keeping the nut on.

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