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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-14-2008, 10:47 PM Thread Starter
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Question 2 bolts in my bindings?

I've wanted to make my bindings go wider than the board goes and ive heard of only using 2 bolts. I hit the park all the time. Is only using two bolts gunna work?
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is there an Icon here for a skull and crossbones?? danger danger warning Will Robinson!! I would not recommend that to my worst enemy, and I can't imagine any board maunfacturer or shop would recommend you do so; nor would they warranty any board with binders attached that way (how would they know) if you blew out the inserts or much worse.

That being said I would be more concerned about my personal safety....unless say you are a quarter pounder with cheese,.. eer a Royale w/cheese.

I think you would be living quite dangerously especially given all the torqueing, twisting, up and down weighting and various other forces apllied to a snowboard when spinning, ollieing, nose pressing and grinding rails etc etc when riding hard in da park.....I think yer freakin nuts...nothing personal...I just think you would probably snap the baseplate with possibly disasterous results.

I am very interested in what the rest of you shred heads have to say about this?? I am probalby just and old bloke who is behind the times, and yes I am aware of park rats riding ridiculously wide stances but this seems over the top...

wadya think boys and girls??

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T bolting anyone? anyong? Bueller?

Don't do it man there's a reason 4 bolts hold you in 2 bolts bad 4 bolts good. T bolt that shit if you feel the urge otherwise realize gangsta stances are so 1994.


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Are you channeling Ferris Bueller BA?? tooo funny sure would'nt wanna t- bolt my shiny new stick..nope I reckon not... maybe an old beater board...maybe... gangsta stance??

I forgot all about T-bolting.. I should not have since I have em on my ghetto split board....das boot.
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