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Would this be covered by burton lifetime baseplate warranty?

I just noticed this defect after my toe strap coming off and I'm wondering if the warranty is running in this product. I think this is the burton custom 09/10. I love this binding and I hope to be able to ride it again without any problem.
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i doubt they would, but only way to find out is call them!
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Forget the hassle of dealing with a warranty, expecially if you're not even sure it will be warrantied, just get some epoxy and a c-clamp and fix it yourself. It should hold

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Call Burton Warranty. They will replace that for sure. If you try to epoxy, or jimmy it yourself it will most likely void your warranty. Just call them.
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Call Burton Warranty. They will replace that for sure. If you try to epoxy, or jimmy it yourself it will most likely void your warranty. Just call them.
I'm definitely going to try.

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I had a ratchet on my cartels break and BurtonBindings (member here) helped me out. I called the 1-800 number and they are sending me out some replacement parts.

You can also email info@burton.com

My dealings were very positive
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Lifetime warranty on baseplates with Burton call them.


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It's part of the baseplate, baseplate has a lifetime warranty... What was teh question again?!?
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I just noticed this defect after my toe strap coming off and I'm wondering if the warranty is running in this product. I think this is the burton custom 09/10. I love this binding and I hope to be able to ride it again without any problem.

My kid broke 2 Burton baseplates in the exact same spot. They will warranty it. At least you still have your toe strap.....Burton refused to replace a missing toe strap when my son lost his due to the broken base plate.
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