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Old 10-09-2012, 09:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Flow NX2 AT on Burton Channels?

I just go the nx2 at bindings and I can't seem to install them on my burton customs with a channel set up. The disc that is included fits the channels but it doesn't come with any screws that go into the channels. Am I missing something?
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see if a local shop has extra black Burton hardware. Otherwise email Burton.
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I mean I could mount it using the old screw system I had with the cartels est... But the screw is a bulged out. I don't know if thats gonna affect the bindings.
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If they're the bulky bolts then no don't do those. The new Burtons come with the regular length bolts and then the short black ones. You need the shorter black ones with standard washers. And if that's also poking up into the binding, email Flow.
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Just spoke to Burton, and they are giving out free conversion bolts for the old M5 channels to work with other non-burton bindings.
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aaaahhhh you have M5. That would have helped to know.
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So apparently the old M5 channels are not compatible with any of the new bindings outside of burtons . There is no conversion for that.
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So apparently the old M5 channels are not compatible with any of the new bindings outside of burtons . There is no conversion for that.
yeah I was worried about that. Some Dremel action might do it. There is enough thickness in the footbed of the Flows that you can defnitely give the bolts extra space and possibly avoid the uncomfortable bolt thing. Might be worth a shot. Otherwise get some new Cartels or Malavita's.
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