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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-12-2014, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Does any1 had an experience in installing these bindings? I have a trouble how to put off the foot pads.. Guys, please help
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You pull them up from the back where they overlap the heel pad. You have to pull very hard to unsnap them.
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first time is always tight
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yep, you unsnap from back and then slide forward. if there are not mounted on the board then look at the bottom you can kind of see the clips that hold them in. i kind of squeezed and pushed the first time on those clips.

and let me tell you the hinge disk works and is AWESOME!!!!!
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Thanks, mates. It's easier than it seems at first glance
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Tell me about it. I thought i would break the thing before i got it set up. Now i just wonder how many times you can take the foot bed on and off before the clips break off.
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I might have done about 20 times on my 11/12
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I pull off my footpads after everytime I ride to clean all the snow out from underneath (keep hardware clean) I have 2 pairs of republics and a pair of shakas...... never had an issue with clips (except for on the old design in which the footbeds clipped on the sides and loved to pop out :/) "10/11" I believe
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