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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-15-2013, 06:13 PM
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They seem to have done it.
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-15-2013, 06:27 PM
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Its a great idea and will sell.
Its a bit funny how they tell you to buy multiple sets and keep one on each board though. I think I would buy one and just undo the screws when I want to change from board to board lol.
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Its a great idea and will sell.
Its a bit funny how they tell you to buy multiple sets and keep one on each board though. I think I would buy one and just undo the screws when I want to change from board to board lol.
so you'd be buying basically just so you could run sparks on a solid then?

i think alot of people who get into these will end up with maybe 3-4 sets so you could just leave your pucks on whatever boards and quickly slap a set of bindings on without ever having to remember or fiddle with your stance... travellers the most of all.
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so you'd be buying basically just so you could run sparks on a solid then?

i think alot of people who get into these will end up with maybe 3-4 sets so you could just leave your pucks on whatever boards and quickly slap a set of bindings on without ever having to remember or fiddle with your stance... travellers the most of all.
I already run sparks on my solid with DIY pucks I made and I think the one binding system is fantastic.
What I am saying is who would pay an extra $75 for another pair when all you have to undo is 8 (or 4) screws and remember your stance lol
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