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I have some 2009 Ride SPI

The tongues are stripped need new ones, and the ankle straps are worn out.

My question is this, how come I cant really find any replacement ankle straps online for my bindings, I mean its not common to replace? And also, since I cant find original ride bindings and I found some different brands, is it possible to mix a different brand strap with a different brand bindings?

Should I just go for new bindings all together? I was looking at Cartels maybe, dont know if it will make a difference for me, I ride all mountain.

Thanks a lot
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frankenbindings...whatever works...Burton ladders and ratchets work well. I keep a tool box full of old parts taken off old/retired sets of bindings...and a couple years ago when a shop was closing, I got 4 sets of burton ladders and ratchets. And even keep pieces of the old straps...this past week used a 2 inch piece to splice together a toe strap.

or you could buy a new bindings
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Try yer local shop.

Or

Call Ride customer service. Some brands comp or will sell you new ladders.

Or

Www.fixmybinding.com
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frankenbindings...whatever works...Burton ladders and ratchets work well. I keep a tool box full of old parts taken off old/retired sets of bindings...and a couple years ago when a shop was closing, I got 4 sets of burton ladders and ratchets. And even keep pieces of the old straps...this past week used a 2 inch piece to splice together a toe strap.

or you could buy a new bindings
So is it OK to use a different brand ankle strap?

coming to think about it, one can just create his own costumed perfect bindings if you have enough spare parts, lol
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Shouldn't a problem as long as the attachment points are similar.

Fixmybinding.Com is your hook up for parts. Ordered multiple times and the free shipping is very fast.
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So is it OK to use a different brand ankle strap?

coming to think about it, one can just create his own costumed perfect bindings if you have enough spare parts, lol
The only problem I can forsee is the ladder attachments. Older ones used a bolt and newer ones slide in from the bottom of the binding and get help in place once you mount it. Ankle and toe straps are pretty much all bolt on as far as I know. But yeah you can easily just frankenstein together anything that can attach properly, all you really need to make sure is the ladder works with the rachet and you can attach it to the binding.
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I have some 2009 Ride SPI

The tongues are stripped need new ones, and the ankle straps are worn out.

My question is this, how come I cant really find any replacement ankle straps online for my bindings, I mean its not common to replace? And also, since I cant find original ride bindings and I found some different brands, is it possible to mix a different brand strap with a different brand bindings?

Should I just go for new bindings all together? I was looking at Cartels maybe, dont know if it will make a difference for me, I ride all mountain.

Thanks a lot
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I was able to get a replacement pair of highbacks twice for my Ride CADs. You can grab straps there for sure, even if they're from different model - they gonna work. SPI is a stiffer freeride model, so ask for something like Capo or El hefe.
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I have some 2009 Ride SPI

The tongues are stripped need new ones, and the ankle straps are worn out.

My question is this, how come I cant really find any replacement ankle straps online for my bindings, I mean its not common to replace? And also, since I cant find original ride bindings and I found some different brands, is it possible to mix a different brand strap with a different brand bindings?

Should I just go for new bindings all together? I was looking at Cartels maybe, dont know if it will make a difference for me, I ride all mountain.

Thanks a lot
I might be able to help. What size bindings?

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I might be able to help. What size bindings?
Large Thank you, and thank you everyone for your help.
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Large Thank you, and thank you everyone for your help.
I have two older (retired) pairs in Olive green and red that are in good condition.

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