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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-03-2009, 09:02 AM
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Burton 2007 UnInc 154cm proper bindings

hello all;

i have a nice Burton 2007 UnInc 154cm which has single line of screw holes (i have attached a pic) which means i can only use sibgle line of screws when installing bindings. My question is, do this model has a special binding discs or bindings? Is it safe to use 2 screws only on 1 line for each binding?

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Easy Answer: You will need EST bindings.

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Easy Answer: You will need EST bindings.
more complicated answer: you technically can use any binding made by burton and buy est plates, which arent cheap if they didnt come with the board.

ESTs would 100% be the way to go.

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my friend has the board a year prior to that one. you need a special disk. its not the est disk either. contact burton. his comes loose all the time its pretty lame
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Hate to say it but your probably better off cutting your losses with this board with that odd binding set-up, and just get something else more normal now while the sales are good.

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Hate to say it but your probably better off cutting your losses with this board with that odd binding set-up, and just get something else more normal now while the sales are good.
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dont est's slide? and not go from hole too hole. On this hero, its not a bunch of holes but a straight line in the board.


or possibly ests go both ways?

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EST bindings can only be mounted on ICS boards.

Regular bindings can be mounted on ICS boards with an adapter disc, but that ruins the point of ICS.

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that doesnt look like the typical ICS board though, I would call a burton dealer and get more info personally

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that doesnt look like the typical ICS board though, I would call a burton dealer and get more info personally
Yeah that's what I was saying.

http://images.usoutdoorstore.com/uso...ide_167_09.jpg

Is how all the ICS board's I have seen look like. Notice the straight line for bindings instead of single dotted holes.
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