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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-09-2011, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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I have been searching high and low for a new toe strap to replace the one I broke on my 2004 Burton P1HD bindings. Even Burton Rider services couldn't help me! So, if you or anyone you know have an old pair you could steal them from or know someone who has a stash of toe straps, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! The strap I need is this:

Burton Binding Replacement Toe Ladder Strap #2 | SEIsports.com

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head to your most OG boardshop around and ask if they have a box of ancient burton bindings laying around or a bunch of spare parts. i know my boardshop does. the boardshop has been around scince '88 the bindings weren't that old but they were like early 2000's to 2005ish probably. but if you got a dealer they probably have a bunch of spare parts laying around in drawers and stuff where they keep parts. Dont say a burton P1HD binding from 2004, cuz they'll prob just say no but say you need an old toe ladder and explain it to them, that should help

edit: make sure its a burton dealer that has been dealing burton for many years.
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head to your most OG boardshop around and ask if they have a box of ancient burton bindings laying around or a bunch of spare parts. i know my boardshop does. the boardshop has been around scince '88 the bindings weren't that old but they were like early 2000's to 2005ish probably. but if you got a dealer they probably have a bunch of spare parts laying around in drawers and stuff where they keep parts. Dont say a burton P1HD binding from 2004, cuz they'll prob just say no but say you need an old toe ladder and explain it to them, that should help

edit: make sure its a burton dealer that has been dealing burton for many years.
That's a good idea! Anyone have any shop suggestions for the Denver area? I'll call Mountain Wave in Breck too, see if they have anything like that.
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