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Old 12-24-2010, 07:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know a place that has replacement screws for a Ride NRC highback. The screw that attaches the highback to the heel cup. Perhaps it's the same as other Ride highback screws, but I'm not positive.

I checked my local shop, and despite having a whole mess of parts, they didn't have the right screw. They had something close, but a bit too short. I haven't seen these types of screws at home depot (with the wave like surface on the underside of the screw that contacts the binding to help prevent it from backing out).
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Contact Ride. I got some ladder straps through them and it was all easy.
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As stated, try Ride first. If that fails, you can try Home Depot and/or your local snowboard shop.
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Does anyone know a place that has replacement screws for a Ride NRC highback.

I haven't seen these types of screws at home depot (with the wave like surface on the underside of the screw that contacts the binding to help prevent it from backing out).
Ride"s site has a authorized dealer directory. All those dealers have a parts box from Ride. I lost the same screw and the t-bolt it goes into sometime during summer storage. THe shop tech just rooted around for a few minutes and then gave me one.

If you still have the T-bolt, you could just hit up home depot and go to the bulk bolt section. The "wavy" part is just a built in lock washer. Once you find the right size bolt, lock washers are a dime.
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