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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-16-2012, 01:33 AM Thread Starter
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Binding for Capita TFA

A friend of mine just picked up this board- was wondering what a good binding was for this.

Also, the dude weighs 180 and got a 153- shouldn't he return it?
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I weigh 280 and ride a 153... But then I max out every board sooooo
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A 153 will be on the short side for your "friend". Especially since the TFA is a stiff deck, not a noodle. When I rode one, it was paired up with the 2013 Union Chargers. They were a great match with the board. Any hard charging stiffer binding will match up nicely with it though. Something like a Rome Targa, or a Burton Cartel to name a couple. I'm about 195lbs right now and I rode a 160 which I found to be a comfortable length, especially with how stiff the deck is.

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Its not like that NW- I wiegh 165- I am going to try to buy it off him for 200 if he thinks its too short. Flux TT30s work?
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Its not like that NW- I wiegh 165- I am going to try to buy it off him for 200 if he thinks its too short. Flux TT30s work?
TT30's are a midstiff park binding. You'll want like SF45's if the TFA is really this stiff.

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A friend of mine just picked up this board- was wondering what a good binding was for this.

Also, the dude weighs 180 and got a 153- shouldn't he return it?
Can't go wrong with a pair of Atlas.
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Yea if your looking for a stiff binding... try the SF45... if you wanted something softer to go with this then the TT30 would be a good fit.
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