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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-03-2010, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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Flow WX 2010

found a good deal on the 2010 flow wx. Thinking about picking it up.... im pretty new to snowboarding, this is my second year and this is would be my second board. I picked up some Burton mission bindings and Burton ruler boots at the end of last season. Im wondering what yall think about that setup and whether the bindings will work on that board.
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I have heard good things about the Flow WX for freeriding. The boots and bindings will work fine on the board.
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Just make sure that you get some conversion mounting discs for those Burton bindings.

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Just make sure that you get some conversion mounting discs for those Burton bindings.
Why would he need conversion discs to put the Missions on a Flow board? The discs that come with Burton bindings will mount them on any 4x4 board, conversion discs are only needed to mount them on a Burton ICS board. The only way there could be a problem is if the Missions are EST, then there's no conversion disc that would get them onto a Flow board.

My daughter just got the 2011 Lexa bindings and they came with regular discs and the ICS conversion discs.

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I didn't realize Burton Makes universal discs.

Honest error on my part

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I took a look at my bindings and the have the standard 4x4 discs so they should work, but thanks for the help guys... now just waiting on the snow to start falling
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