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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-07-2010, 01:58 PM
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Yes! That's it! Any idea what kind of bindings those are?
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+1. You should chalk this up as a lesson learned and pick up a new board.
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every one on the forum is no fun at all. I say you have a couple choices if you want to ride that board.

easiest, find some old ride binders or any model with a big flat metal base plate. Plot out your angle and drill some extra holes through the base plate that will let you screw it down to the board. Like the bindings in the picture. If your super lucky find those ride ultimas from a couple years ago that had no disk and you had to drill them to fit any board.

2nd and slightly harder, t-bolt the deck, meaning buy some inserts and drill the board and place a set of inserts where you need them to mount binders with the current 4x4 pattern.

riding old decks is a blast. A real different feel then new ones. I've got an ride from the 90's with baseless bindings and its a blast to mod around and jib rocks, trees, kids, ect.

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every one on the forum is no fun at all. I say you have a couple choices if you want to ride that board.

easiest, find some old ride binders or any model with a big flat metal base plate. Plot out your angle and drill some extra holes through the base plate that will let you screw it down to the board. Like the bindings in the picture. If your super lucky find those ride ultimas from a couple years ago that had no disk and you had to drill them to fit any board.

2nd and slightly harder, t-bolt the deck, meaning buy some inserts and drill the board and place a set of inserts where you need them to mount binders with the current 4x4 pattern.

riding old decks is a blast. A real different feel then new ones. I've got an ride from the 90's with baseless bindings and its a blast to mod around and jib rocks, trees, kids, ect.
I thought about suggesting everything you said. However, I find frankensteining a very old board may not be worth the time and money. Then again, that's just IMO.
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