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Old 10-30-2012, 08:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rossignol Circus bindings + Burton Feelgood board

This has probably already been beaten to death as a topic / question, but just in case that's not yet true...

I purchased a set of Rossignol Circus snowboard bindings for my daughterís Burton FeelGood Smalls snowboard (sadly we almost bought the Stiletto's - problem solved - but she thought that the Rossi's were prettier... ). The mounting plate for the bindings doesnít seem to match the hole pattern too well. I think it could still work, but Iím wondering if thereís a different mounting disc I can get that would suit the pattern of the board better?

Both Rossi and Burton are saying so sad too bad. I can't believe it. I really thought that boards and bindings were "mix and match" by swapping out discs. If I'm wrong, that's really going to ruin my day.

Doesn't Rossi simply have a disk compatible with a 3 hole Burton board? Or isn't there a 3 hole disk out there that's compatible with both the board and the Rossi bindings?

Thanks from frustrated a father that just wants to ride with his daughter.
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Old 10-30-2012, 08:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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This is why I don't buy Burton.
I'm sure there's something out there that will work for you, I'll have a look.

If not, take the board or bindings back to where you got it/them and I'm sure they'll return it. Give them a lot of shit for even selling them to you.

EDIT: why don't you just turn the 4 hole discs 45 degrees and do it like that? It should work in my mind, haha.
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I know you can buy button discs separate. Maybe there is one that will fit the binding and match the holes on the board
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Old 10-30-2012, 09:28 AM   #4 (permalink)
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This has probably already been beaten to death as a topic / question, but just in case that's not yet true...

I purchased a set of Rossignol Circus snowboard bindings for my daughterís Burton FeelGood Smalls snowboard (sadly we almost bought the Stiletto's - problem solved - but she thought that the Rossi's were prettier... ). The mounting plate for the bindings doesnít seem to match the hole pattern too well. I think it could still work, but Iím wondering if thereís a different mounting disc I can get that would suit the pattern of the board better?

Both Rossi and Burton are saying so sad too bad. I can't believe it. I really thought that boards and bindings were "mix and match" by swapping out discs. If I'm wrong, that's really going to ruin my day.

Doesn't Rossi simply have a disk compatible with a 3 hole Burton board? Or isn't there a 3 hole disk out there that's compatible with both the board and the Rossi bindings?

Thanks from frustrated a father that just wants to ride with his daughter.
If there isn't an adapter they should have told you this and sold you one at the shop or told you that the binding isn't compatible - that's bad service.

BTW, my daughter has the kiddie Feelgood board and really likes it.
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:33 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Apparently Rossi US has such a disc that they can ship to a US address, but Rossi Canada does not. Man, that sounds weird to me. I'm leaning towards just returning these bindings and getting some Stiletto's, which we almost got in the first place.
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