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Are Flow disks compatible with Burton boards?

Im getting Flow Flite 3 bindings for my Burton Seven board. Will I have to get a different type of disk for it to fit on that board?
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to be honest i dont kn ow but be careful,cause I bought some Technine bindings for ny blunt and although they come with the 3 hole disk they didnt line up.
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I think they will fit, I have a Burton board with Flow bindings and they fit perfect!
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Im getting Flow Flite 3 bindings for my Burton Seven board. Will I have to get a different type of disk for it to fit on that board?
I have FLOW NXT AT bindings on my all mountain board and the discs are universal with Burton and 4x4 insert patterns.

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The bindings should come with 2 sets of plates. I bought some flows off the net and they came with one set. Unfortuantly the wrong set for my burton canyon. I was lucky as a friend had 2 sets and didn't have aburton board. I just picked up some flow m-11s and they have 2 sets.
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Im getting Flow Flite 3 bindings for my Burton Seven board. Will I have to get a different type of disk for it to fit on that board?
I guess your answer is maybe yes and maybe no. The shop should have no problem getting you the proper discs for your Burton if you need them. If they don't then they're not much of a shop. Supplying these discs is pretty basic.

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The bindings should come with 2 sets of plates. I bought some flows off the net and they came with one set. Unfortuantly the wrong set for my burton canyon. I was lucky as a friend had 2 sets and didn't have aburton board. I just picked up some flow m-11s and they have 2 sets.
No, the bindings come with 1 set of universal discs thats you can use on a Burton Board. Burton is the only company that uses the 3 hole pattern, so it would be useless for all other binding companies to cater to 1 set of boards.
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