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12-16-2007 10:20 PM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT if you can not fit, you can drill that center hole
that is what burton did like 5 years ago, so there bindings fit other boards
12-11-2007 06:52 AM
PaoloSmythe do not pay money for compatability issues

snowboarding is a ruthless bidnis and brands will give freebies to ensure retained custom;

when i bought burton binders, i was provided with several base plates discs to fit them to more than just burton boards

when my missus bought rome binders, she e-mailed rome to say they wouldn't fit her burton board, rome sent a new, second set of discs.

you should not pay for the ineffectuality of a product. they will.

now send that e-mail!
12-10-2007 02:58 PM
lisevolution
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Originally Posted by endlessfidelity
where can i pick up a burton binding plate? so that non-burton bindings can fit on a burton board?

will a store like zumiez, or princetonski have it?
Based on the Princeton Ski I'm gonna guess you're in NY area... they should be able to help you out with the plates. I can make other suggestions if you are indeed in that locale
12-10-2007 12:34 PM
boarderaholic As long as the store sells Burton hardgoods, you should be fine.
12-10-2007 12:25 PM
endlessfidelity
burton binding plates

where can i pick up a burton binding plate? so that non-burton bindings can fit on a burton board?

will a store like zumiez, or princetonski have it?

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