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01-23-2014 11:04 AM
Upbasher
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Originally Posted by Caffeine View Post
Most other Burton boards if not all have the channel system (not inserts or any 3-hole pattern) which does indeed require a adaptor disc. However, since you have the 3-hole pattern you won't need a adaptor disc so those Union Forces will fit on your board. I think the closest you are going to get to a Union binding of 150 bucks is the Union DLX. Cost's a bit more than 150 but like I said that's as close as you will get.
Thanks for the reply. I just bought a set of 2013 forces for $140! on ebay!
Brand new he only had three of them
01-23-2014 10:55 AM
Caffeine
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Originally Posted by Upbasher View Post
Okay my burton freestyles broke, I need new bindings. bad, like now.
I want to get some union force bindings but from my research I see that they won't fit on my burton board without an adaptor disk. Is this true?
My board's got the three hole pattern like most other burtons. If those unions won't fit what do you guys recommend? I need something strong and under $150, I do lots of jumps and rails. thanks!!
Most other Burton boards if not all have the channel system (not inserts or any 3-hole pattern) which does indeed require a adaptor disc. However, since you have the 3-hole pattern you won't need a adaptor disc so those Union Forces will fit on your board. I think the closest you are going to get to a Union binding of 150 bucks is the Union DLX. Cost's a bit more than 150 but like I said that's as close as you will get.
01-22-2014 09:21 AM
Upbasher
I need bindings!!!

Okay my burton freestyles broke, I need new bindings. bad, like now.
I want to get some union force bindings but from my research I see that they won't fit on my burton board without an adaptor disk. Is this true?
My board's got the three hole pattern like most other burtons. If those unions won't fit what do you guys recommend? I need something strong and under $150, I do lots of jumps and rails. thanks!!

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