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09-04-2008 01:22 AM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT obvious u have a Burton board
u fine with 3
09-02-2008 05:38 PM
LouG I'm confused...

The way I'm understanding it you bought a pair of ride bindings but your board has a 3 hole pattern?

If you make those three screws good and tight then you won't have to worry about them coming loose... but you might be changing the angle of your binding if you found yourself forcing the holes to line up.
09-01-2008 03:47 PM
BurtonAvenger That is rides conversion plate you're fine.
08-31-2008 11:49 PM
addidas96543
is there a 3-4 hole convertion plate...help plz

like a said i bought some ride spi bindings and i wasnt familiar with the brand and i just did what other pepl do when useing different plates i just used 3 screws in a triangle pattern. is there any need to worry bout my bindings coming loose with just 3 screws or do i need to buy a convertion plate if there is such a thing?

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