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Old 11-09-2009, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Last season i got some ride bindings and they are SHIT. The back railing is constantly in need of tightening after each time i ride. I definately need to get some new ones, which brand/model would any of you reccommend for a majority of park and jib riding?
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Old 11-09-2009, 05:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you try using the blue loc tite?

And which Ride bindings did you purchase last year..
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Old 11-09-2009, 05:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Blue loc tite?

And I have the Ride EX bindings
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I think he means go buy some blue loctite for a few dollars and put a VERY small amount on the screw threads and put them back in...whala..now they wont come loose!

Just make sure you dont use Red Loctite and you will be fine, that shit is hardcore and you will never ever be able to get the screw out...blue loctite is just as good but if you put a lot of torque on it you can eventually break the bond...although its not easy..
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oh okay, right on. thanks a bunch man.

but if i were to consider buying new bindings soon, what brands would i wanna look at?
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Ride makes good bindings man.... That's why I was checking to see if maybe it was your error and not the binding.

And the binding would depend on what style of riding you want to do.

Rome 390 are arguably the best park bindings available

Union Force are arguably one of the best overall bindings period

And Ride NRc is a popular all mountain binding
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Hmm well it couldve been my error, but i have no clue what that would've been exactly.

Thanks for the examples too.
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Try the loctite out first, its only afew dollars for a small bottle...hell you can probably get it at the dollar tree...
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Yea, will do fer sure. haha would home depot be a good bet too? Theres one real close to me.
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I personally own a pair of 2009 Ride NRc's and 2009 Rome 390's and that'll cover anything I will ever need.

I would say those Union Forces would be the best middle ground... That's my opinion though. Plus Capita makes Union bindings and I have a lot of love for Capita
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