Can you still see them after removing the wax? Again, it's not that bad...in fact probably not bad at all. Like Vapor stated, the inserts have a heat sinking ability and cool the wax quicker than the board will cool it.
Originally Posted by Louis
One thing I noticed and maybe someone can confirm but on carving boards or boards made to use hardboots primarily, the inserts are of larger diameter (the insert base, not the screw size) than insert bases of regular softboot boards. My Renntiger had insert bases that I saw when waxing were between the size of a nickel and a quarter compared to my other boards more like dime sized. So damage from overtorquing inserts on carving boards there's less to worry about pulling inserts out if they in fact have larger bases. Only worry would be to strip the threads which are the same size for softboot and hb boards.
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