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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 01-08-2013, 06:51 PM Thread Starter
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Bindings shifting

My 2013 burton super hero along with my 2013 union forces (with conversion disc) are slipping while riding meaning they rotate (e.g they will be at 15 degrees and slip to 0 degrees etc) I put them on super tight. I have considered loctite but burton says not to use it (why?)

I am using the m6x13mm screws which were recommended over the traditional 16mm screws I was going to use. Burton says the longer screw may dent the channel and damage it. However I then get told while ordering some spare 13mm screws from burton that the 13mm are only used on kids boards and the 16mm are what they use on all their boards. SO who is right here and what should I do? Will using the longer screws solve the problem of shifting bindings? And no the disc is not stripped and neither is the holes in the disc or the little teeth on the bindings that you put the disc on.

Please Help.

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Burton Super Hero 2013 151cm, Union Force Bindings 2013, Burton Hail Boots.
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wow. if the screws were not working, and the bindings were slipping, the screws would definitely be out of the board with your bindings off completely. therefore, the only thing that could be slipping is the binding itself, or the baseplate. i personally have not heard of any issues like this, so my best suggestion would be to check for a warranty on your bindings
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