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08 Lib TRS btx 59

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DSC01376.JPG08 Lib Technologies TRS btx 159 cm snowboard. I bought this board as a Demo. Good shape no major issues. The base is almost pristine, only one little superficial ding that could easily be removed with a stonegrind base finsih, as well as bindings marks and small dings here and there that do not affect banana tech... edges in great shape. The topsheet has a one inch chip that was epoxyed the day the damage was done. I used to work as a tech. Plenty of life left.

If you have been dieing to find out what Bananna Tech and magnatraction is all about for not alot of cash this is your CHANCE! Must sell $175.00 ONO plus cheapest USPS shipping. I can deliver locally to the portland area... Great deal late season board liquidation.. SOLD> SOLD>>>>>>> SOLD SOLD SORRY U SNOOZE U LOZE..
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Holy crap - nice deal!!!!!

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^^ indeed, bump for a nice deal.

planka, just out of curiousity what bindings were you rocking on this board? i just bought the 09 and i was thinking about putting some rome targas on it. any suggestions?

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^^ indeed, bump for a nice deal.

planka, just out of curiousity what bindings were you rocking on this board? i just bought the 09 and i was thinking about putting some rome targas on it. any suggestions?

TJ... I would be happy to contrubute my 2 cents worth. Tell me what type of riding you do? I have mounted three types of bindings on this stick and I prefer my Burton P-ones for all mountain.

I have found that freestyle oriented bindings are much softer laterally and are to flexy to give me stability when things get chundery at high speeds where I want more resistance/support laterally.

The p ones seem more firm but soft enough to give me the support I am looking for

Ride delta movement, Burton Customs, and Salomon SPX pros are the other three bindings I have mounted. I prefer the customs for my twin/directional twins, all the the others are just to soft and don't offer enough support especially at high speeds and when the snow conditions off piste are less than ideal... I hope this has been helpful.

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this is my all mountain/freeride board so i am looking for a bit stiffer of a binding. i'm definitely staying away from the uber soft freestyle bindings. i'll check out the p1. thx!


help a man eat, this is a good deal.

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Burton dis continued the P one I think. It is a bit heavy but I love the living hinge on the highback which is integrated into newer Burton offerings. It offers alot of support but still allows for lots of flex..very comfy and cushy but on the heavy side. It sounds like you have a good idea what will work for you. The freestyle binders I mentioned are great for park and pipe they just get a little sketchy when the speed increases and the snow get chopped up. I know lots of blokes on this site are high on Rome, and well as some buds of mine.

Surprisingly I keep coming back to the Burton customs. They seem to offer evertthing I am looking for most of the time.. Hey, if they are good enough for Shaun White? good enough for me.

I rode the P ones yesterday on a fast groomer day and I remember why I liked them in the first place for that application.
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sorry, kind of jacking your thread. Yeah i've always ridden burton bindings. I have missions and customs with no problems with either. My only complaint on my customs is i think the rachets are a little cheap but they always hold.

dogfunk has the p1.1 but are a little pricey there. i could prolly find em else where for cheaper.

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well i dont want to waste your time by posting pics and stuff. my season is over here so i am in no rush. i have a whole year to buy a set of bindings.

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I hear you. Have a great spring and summer. WE are lucky out here. Another month of season atleast, and its snowing and blowing right now. all the best. cheers.
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