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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 09-08-2010, 08:45 PM
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I've been happy with my C-60s for freeriding!
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rome uses plastic bases with al. heal cups.

metal bases look at ride, catek, and the now dead bent metals

if you can find a old pair of bent metal "step ins" (not really a step in binding just the name) they are the be all end all in stiff freeride binders
Yeah this My straps are getting pretty shot so hopefully BM can send me some of their other straps so I can keep these charging on my mullet. Definitely one of the stiffest binders made, the high back and baseplate seem like they will last forever.

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If you can't get the CAD's for your price range for SPI. Last years C60's can be had for around $230. If you are ok with going for used check these out:
GearTrade - Ride - CAD Snowboard Binding White, XL - Excellent
Got this used CAD's at my mailbox at freight forwarder =) Will ship it in october.
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Got it! My Ride CAD bindings for cheap. I'm soo happy with them! They're almost new(i bought the used one, mentioned in the thread). They're super stiff, my FLUX's sucks =)) I waiting for a fresh snow, even a BX track to try them out!
But they got 3 cons:
a. they're heavy. very heavy =) but seems that's the price for stiffnes =) BTW, i'm heavy too, so they're suits me =))
b. they got soo much screws. It seems if i'd cant my beds(what i would 100% do) i need to unscres 9 screws to rotate them a couple degress).
c. Pricey. but i got them for $120 =)

Looking forward to get a snow in kazachstan =)
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there's one screw in the heel portion of the footbed that locks the footbed down, you just need to unscrew that one to access the mounting hardware

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there's one screw in the heel portion of the footbed that locks the footbed down, you just need to unscrew that one to access the mounting hardware
I know =) Thanks.
And 4 screws down to mount bindings to the board. and 4 screws on footbed corners. It seemms hard to take the footbed off, when it's canted a lot. at least it got rubber foot
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the footbed canting feet are connected to the footbed itself, so no you don't have to unscrew those to rotate the binding

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Yes. But it has rubbered feet. And you got to pull the footbed. I thinks it'd be hard to pull(and to install it back) with footbed canted a lot.
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not really (i have cads)

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I've had CADs and NRCs. It is a bit of a PITA to make canting adjustments, but installing/uninstalling the bindings or adjusting your stance angle is as easy as any other binding.

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