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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-14-2008, 02:09 PM Thread Starter
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Rome Targas Help!

ok i just got my targas ... i got a burton blunt board 08 i been trying for about 20 min to mount the dam bindings... rome says their mounting disks can be used for 3 or 4 holes depending on how you spin it... my question is does anyone else have targas on a burton or am i just freaking out cuz im going riding tomorrow and cant get these dam things on?
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ok i just got my targas ... i got a burton blunt board 08 i been trying for about 20 min to mount the dam bindings... rome says their mounting disks can be used for 3 or 4 holes depending on how you spin it... my question is does anyone else have targas on a burton or am i just freaking out cuz im going riding tomorrow and cant get these dam things on?
I got the targas, but no burton board. Rome's baseplate is like every other 4 hole plate I think, and from what I've read 4 hole plates can't be mounted on a burton, but I've never tried but isn't that why burton has the 3 hole pattern, so you specifically can't mount 4 hole plates on 'em.

I think you need a 6 hole or 3 hole conversion base plate.

Edit: try emailing ridercouncil@romesnowboards.com and asking for a Rome converter base plate.

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Rome make seperate plates called 'Convert Plates' they work on burton or 4x4 boards. You're local dealer should be able to swap them out for free, or you can email Rome and they will mail you some.

I've got a set of 390s on my Burton board, it works fine.
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yea rome emailed me back fast and took my address but im leaving to board tomorrow so i was kinda screwed lol
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