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Originally Posted by Sudden_Death View Post
Probably because the car doesn't come in 143, 145, 148, 151, 154, 157, 161, 157W, 161W and so on. Only thing it might make sense for is bindings.
Would it really be that hard? I don't think so. I'm not buying any "it's time consuming" or "it's too difficult" argument. Every other review for a board or binding says something like "these things are seriously light." Weight is a factor just like length, width or sidecut radius. Put a number behind it!

These guys do a bunch of bicycles in minutes. A snowboard company could easily do it.

2013 Trek Bikes – Actual Weights for Road & Mountain Bikes - Bike Rumor

I bet most of this forum knows how easy it is to weigh out a dime bag... get a bigger scale and boom, snowboards are no problem.

I'll take a 157 sack please...

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