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Old 03-08-2011, 02:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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do you have to buy a flow snowboard for the flow rear entry bindings or can you put the flow bindings on a burton board or any other brand
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You can put the flows on any board. The difference being that Burton has 2 different mounting methods that are different than every other company out there. Burton uses the tri-hole and the channel system. Each requires a different method of adapting, whether it be a different mounting disc or riser. I believe you can get either for free by contacting Burton. Anything with quad holes and you're good to go out of the box.
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Flow are also offering aluminium mounting discs for Burton's channel mounting systems. You can find them on their website, flow.com.
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My boy has flow Fives on his blunt with the tri-hole system and they bolted up no issues what so ever.
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