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rome 390's fit on an ICS burton board!!

So I have an 07 uninc with the 2x bolt pattern, and an 09 uninc with the channel. I was always able to get my 390's to fit on my 07 uninc and wanted to be able to put them on the 09. The other day I got some 09 ics discs, the ones with the padding, and was surprised that I could mount my 390's to my 09 uninc. I don't know why I thought I couldn't before. Its close to not getting enough threads on the hardware, but it works with about 3 full turns on the screw so that should hold fine. Anyway just wanted to let people know if they were wondering, just get the 09 and under ics discs with the padding and your all set.
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So I have an 07 uninc with the 2x bolt pattern, and an 09 uninc with the channel. I was always able to get my 390's to fit on my 07 uninc and wanted to be able to put them on the 09. The other day I got some 09 ics discs, the ones with the padding, and was surprised that I could mount my 390's to my 09 uninc. I don't know why I thought I couldn't before. Its close to not getting enough threads on the hardware, but it works with about 3 full turns on the screw so that should hold fine. Anyway just wanted to let people know if they were wondering, just get the 09 and under ics discs with the padding and your all set.
If it weren't enough, you could always get longer screws, too...
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You cant get longer screws. They are the burton ics hardware screws that are part of the plate that goes in the channel. Very customized hardware made for burton, and its m5 not m6, so even harder to find or rig up alternatives.
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