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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-08-2012, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
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Burton gas pedals?

Does anyone else have problems when using burton gas pedals(the ones with the plastic ball thing that you insert into the holes). On 2 occasions my gas pedals have come loose. Should I consider getting a replacement?
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loose being "disconnected to the point you can remove them" or just loose ? what bindings do you have?
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loose being "disconnected to the point you can remove them" or just loose ? what bindings do you have?
Loose as in they have come off, and I lost one of them. I bought the cantbeds hoping they would have screws but nope.. I've got the 2012 mission ests
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It has happened to me too with Cartels EST and Cantbeds. Howver, it didnt seem to make a difference when i am strapped in. As a work around though, what i do is that i use a metallic object to make that plastic ball thing bigger when it is inside the hole, so it is more difficult to come out.
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