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Rome Targa Question...

I just got some new gear and have one question how do I go about in order to get a plate for Targas inorder to put them on my burton board with the 3 hole patter? I just order new Targas and 390's and I though they come in with two disks but I guess I assume wrong. Any way do I e-mail Rome? Or is there a Store that sells them? Thanks for your help.
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I did e-mail but it was at 5 a.m maybe they need more time for resp. lol hahahaha couldn't sleep at night lonley bindings in a box kept on waking me up
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Just got e-mail back from them and the disks are on its way. I got to say I am surprise such a quick turn around. It's nice to know that there are still some companies that care about good customer service lol. I will defenitely buy rome again in the future.
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BTW man dose bindings are heave lol, but they look to be build like a freaking tank. Can't wait to get my 390's. It looks like they are going to be my last bindings for a while.
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Targas are not that heavy relative to other bindings in the same size. See one of my threads where I weighed all my bindings.

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