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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-26-2010, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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binding mounting problem

All - I just bought a ride highlife with double agent bindings. When i tried to mount the bindings the screws (which are just 1/2 inch long) are too short. When i feed them through the disc and then the bindings it won't reach down to the board's threaded holes. Should I just buy longer screws? Or am I doing something wrong? Does anybody know if there's a manual from ride that would step me through the mounting process (it didn't come with the equipment and i couldn't find one online and i emailed ride but they didn't reply). Thanks for help! - Tom
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well... what bindings you use?
However, the screws should reach the board anyway, may be you should puch harder? may be there's an eva pad on the downside?
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Usually the same brand gear works together, but we'll assume it may not. Theoretically the screws should be long enough. Are you sure the discs are mounted into the bindings fully? Maybe you have the discs upside down or something.
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