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11-15-2010 04:33 PM
Rufus Call Burton Rider Service at 800-881-3138. I had a problem with ratchets on my Cartels and Burton sent me replacements for free.
11-15-2010 03:52 PM
SkylineGTR Ya co2s are not worth the price. I got them as a gift, I would of much rather preferred cartels. My buddy has last years 390s and hes said nothing but good things about them. The toe straps on them look awsome, nice and light and stay tight. co2s are a bit too stiff for me...
11-15-2010 03:26 PM
killclimbz CO2's aren't worth $3 imo. Burton ratchets haven't been very good for a long time from what I have seen. 390's are worlds better. I was pretty impressed with the Contraband from when I took it out at the demo days this past week. Definitely a freestyle binding, but it's got chops to do pretty much whatever you want with it.
11-15-2010 02:32 PM
SkylineGTR Haha good solution. I've always wanted 390s or contrabands. My CO2's are still in pretty good shape besides the ratchet.. and they are 300 dollar bindings..
11-15-2010 02:31 PM
killclimbz Take said binders, throw in trash. Go out to store buy some 390's. Problem solved.
11-15-2010 02:29 PM
Problem with Burton CO2 Ratchets

Hey guys wondering if you guys know how to repair or where to buy toe ratchets for burton co2's. My problem is that whenever I tighten the toe straps, they seem to loosen and my toe is then no longer covered by the cap strap. I have bought a set of ladders but that did not fix anything.


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