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Happy Turkey Day! hey can someone help me w/mounting these carbon Flow bindings??

Hey All, Happy Thanksgiving! Hey I'm new here and am having a hell of a time with mounting a pair of Flow carbon fibre bindings I picked up because there is no markings or obvious way to identify left/right binding.. here's a couple of pics:




I'm putting them on a board I've never rode before, a Rossi Levitation 167.. any thoughts or reviews of this board would be appreciated.. I started this sport riding a Liquid Mountain 163. I'm 6'3" 205lbs. I don't ride in the park and the most difficult things I do are the occasional 180 or 360 grab.. I just enjoy going down the mountains...
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-27-2008, 09:04 AM
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The one on the left in your pic looks like the left foot binder.
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The one on the left in your pic looks like the left foot binder.
i agree, those are pretty wild binders though. what year are they?
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im not sure which one is which by looking at these pictures but on my flow mk4's the only way i could tell was by looking at the toes...make sure the sides that protrude from the binding the most are pointing to the middle of the board.
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oh crap...after writing that i just went and looked at my bindings and i was thinking of a different pair that i had...there isn't a right and a left binding with the flows...i dont know what to tell ya man.
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