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Tuuk lightspeed 2 problem

Hello, hello,

after I lost one of my blades because of a broken screw I had to reattach it. After hooking in the front end and tightening the one screw on the heel end the blade is still a little loose on the front.
It does not really affect my skating but I don't think it is too good for the material. Do you have an idea how I could fix it? The only thing I thought of so far was gluing it

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The Penguins equipment guy uses tape to make it snug.

https://twitter.com/RealDanaHeinze/s...423617/photo/1

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Hello, hello,

after I lost one of my blades because of a broken screw I had to reattach it. After hooking in the front end and tightening the one screw on the heel end the blade is still a little loose on the front.
It does not really affect my skating but I don't think it is too good for the material. Do you have an idea how I could fix it? The only thing I thought of so far was gluing it
Any good pro shop or hockey equipment specialty store should be able to fix the problem.

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Going to a pro shop would be the easiest way, I know. But I do not want to spend money for something I could probably solve on my own.

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The Penguins equipment guy uses tape to make it snug.

https://twitter.com/RealDanaHeinze/s...423617/photo/1
I think that helps more for keeping the blade from moving left/right than up/down. I will give it a try anyway. Thanks!

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