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DrEwTiMe 01-15-2013 01:09 AM

"centered" holes not lining up with the disc that came with bindings??(pics)
 
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Hi everyone, new to the forums and so far this place is awesome!

I just got a whole new Ride setup this year. Its the standard( or so i thought) 4 bolt mounting system and and the bindings I purchase came with the proper discs.

I may be over thinking this a little bit but this isn't making sense to me. I go to mount the bindings over the 4 "center point" holes except the system that came with my binding doesn't seem to want me to use the 4 centered screws:dizzy::dizzy:

I ether have to shift the binding up or back slightly which would not keep the binding centered. On any other board i have owned I have been able to line up my discs using the 4 holes designated on the board with no problem. Board and bindings are same manufacturer so disc system is compatible. What do you all think? I have attached some pictures so everyone can actually see what I'm talking about. Thanks for any help in advance.

Nivek 01-15-2013 02:14 AM

Mini disc is meant to be on inserts next to each other. Not 1-skip-1. So no, you wont land on reference exactly. Just get a tape measure out and find the width you like and bolt em on.

DrEwTiMe 01-15-2013 02:27 AM

Awesome! Thanks so much for the help Nivek, I was starting to think I was going crazy over here. Its my first run in with the mini disc systems haha, its been a while since I've been able to afford to upgrade my gear!


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