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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-22-2007, 10:17 PM
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Bindings wont fit on board.

Alright well i just bought a new Burton Clash today, and i swapped my technine bindings off my old board, but now i cant get all 4 bolts to line up to screw the bindings to the board... i can only get 1 on the rear and one bolt on the front... your supposed to have 4 bolts per binding... so what do i do? i tried to move the center peice around to make it work but it seems to be off just a bit.. do i need a burton binding? which i would rather not! or do i get a adapter thing that would allow me to make this work? i have no idea why it dont and its pissing me off... i gotta get out and rip this new board.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-22-2007, 10:32 PM
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Sound like you need to change to the discs that work with the Burton insert pattern. Go to the shop that you bought your Technine bindings from and they should have some.
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i got the technines a few years ago... not from around here, but i think someone around here should carry them. or can i just get a burton disk that will work in the bindings? cause im planning a day trip in like a week... and i dont want to be riding with 2 bolts per binding.... kiiiinda sketchyYo.
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You could try an actual burton disc. It may be the same diameter as the technine discs. That does suck though. When I bought my Technines, they came with 4x2 and Burton discs.
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k well imma go to the store where i got the board tomoro and see what they got, hopefully i can sort that shit out.
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I bought actual Burton disks that work fine with my Rides and they worked with my old Agency bindings as well. Technine might make Burton plates that fit so I'd check with them. You now have the "elitist" curse of doom that comes standard with every Burton binding pattern.
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for the picture whor3s.


post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-22-2007, 11:15 PM
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I bought actual Burton disks that work fine with my Rides and they worked with my old Agency bindings as well. Technine might make Burton plates that fit so I'd check with them. You now have the "elitist" curse of doom that comes standard with every Burton binding pattern.
wish i would have known before hand... guess its a good way for people buying a burton board to buy matching bindings... i never liked my burton bindings thou.

oh well its not a big deal... my old atlantis worked fine with the technines.
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Call up Technine and ask for a set of plates...
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-23-2007, 12:17 PM
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If you can go exchange your board, i'd say thats your best bet but if you cant try just putting the 2 bolts that you can and see if it stays.. My friend did that and it worked perfecly!
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