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12-06-2008 06:15 PM
Grimdog You should be able to get them from the shop you bought the bindings at.
12-06-2008 03:28 PM
AskInWV Was just woundering where i could pick up these universal mounting disc. I just got my daughter a burton chicklet and lamar bindings. Being a noob didnt know they wouldnt work so i am in desperate need for these by christmas...
thanks
Tim
12-13-2007 12:25 PM
romesaz
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Originally Posted by Grimdog
Sorry noob, but in my book that dude rides regular. Also, I would try and get your front binding screws in more of a triangular pattern.

hahah, dumb mistake! I have no idea what's going on, but I seem to mistaking directions lately
12-13-2007 10:52 AM
killclimbz rick, thanks for straightening that one out. I really don't ride Burton product so I didn't know they already had it accounted for. I guess I could have looked at my flows and figured this out...
12-13-2007 10:37 AM
rick1 Heheh dude remove your bindings, and look closely at the holes on your board.. you should see a triangle on each side. That's where you want your bolts. So align the holes of the disc on holes located on the three points of the triangle on the board and it should look like this..

12-13-2007 09:52 AM
Grimdog Sorry noob, but in my book that dude rides regular. Also, I would try and get your front binding screws in more of a triangular pattern.
12-13-2007 09:44 AM
romesaz
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Originally Posted by munchgrunch
I used the universal discs and mounted the Flow bindings to my board. Here is a picture I took of how it looks:



Did I mount everything correctly? Is the front binding (normal, not goofy) angled the right amount? Are the screws positioned well?

Sorry for all the questions just the first time I'm mounting bindings on my own!
I've heard it's good to use the same screw positions (mirror them) so that the tension on the board is equal, but I'm a noob, so I may not know what I'm talking about.
12-13-2007 12:49 AM
munchgrunch I used the universal discs and mounted the Flow bindings to my board. Here is a picture I took of how it looks:



Did I mount everything correctly? Is the front binding (normal, not goofy) angled the right amount? Are the screws positioned well?

Sorry for all the questions just the first time I'm mounting bindings on my own!
12-12-2007 12:42 PM
Grimdog Oh yeah, sorry. I thought he was saying that he found the other 2 sets of discs with his bindings. Yeah, the discs that came with his Amp 5s are the universal discs. I got the same ones with my NXTs.
12-12-2007 11:17 AM
rick1
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Originally Posted by Grimdog
The third one is the Burton Specific Disc.
True... but the first one came with my NXTs and I use them on my Atomic and my Burton.. I think the OP just thought his Burton needed 4 bolts. He doesn't have to buy a Burton specific disc..
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