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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-15-2008, 09:07 PM
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Replacement Buckles

Does anyone know where I can buy replacement buckles online? I recently bought some Burton Nitraid straps and wanted to get gold buckles to match the Burton logo on the straps. I could use the gold buckles off my Customs but either way Im still short a set of buckles. I've tried all sorts of different searches on google and ebay with no success.
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try yahoo or dogpile
post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-15-2008, 09:21 PM
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Contact Burton. I just went through the same shit trying to replace a tool-less adjuster on my Ride SPIs. Even though all the dealers have the ability to order parts, most of the sales people I spoke with were one notch below retarded and were hesitant about even calling Ride, finding out how much the part was, and calling me back. I wrote Ride an email and they replaced the broken one and sent me an extra one for free even though they were out of warranty for over a year. Write Burton an email, if they are the company that everybody and their dog believes them to be, you should get a reply very promptly. I had my new adjusters at my doorstep from Ride within 4 days of sending my email with year, model of binding, and a specific part description. Getting Burton to do it free like Ride, good luck there Most dealers can sell you new bindings all day long but end up being pretty much worthless when it comes to replacing a small part, just go straight to the manufacturer.
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Yeah I actually JUST found a guy on ebay that mentions having buckles in one of his other ads so I sent him a question. I will send one to Burton as well. Thanks!
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Another good thing to do would be check out shops that do a lot of demo/rental equipment because they usually will have a stock of crap laying around to repair all the equipment that gets beat up by customers. I doubt they'll have the gold you are looking for as they don't go to ritzy on rental stuff but you might find something. Good luck on your journey.
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