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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-21-2013, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Burton M6 transistion kit

Hey guys

Sorry to bore you with this but as you know I had probs with my union forces staying put on the board. I have since fixed it but have recived burtons m6 transition kit. I really like how solid it feels and am wondering would it be ok to use them instead of the union disc?

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I use my 2011 union forces with my 2013 burton parkitec using the burton transition plates and hardware. Works very well.
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ok but how do you cope with the screws that have a large head if you know what I mean. I find when i put the floor plate on my forces after i have screwed them on using the m6 transition kit the screws are a bit too high up. is it still ok to ride with you floorplate having a slight bump in it?

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hey jiz where are you? please answer

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Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? Kinda anxious becuase i am headed for a shred fest in a few hours.

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Some body please help. JIZ were are you? Is it ok to use the m6 transition kit even though i creates a small bump on the foot plate? (or gas pedal whatever you want to call it)

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Somebody pleeeaaaaseee anybody *sniff* *tears shed*

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