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10-20-2010 07:11 PM
Puggy Basically 3 different set ups. 2 unique to just burton and 1 is the one you gotta worry about. There's ICS which is Burton's "Channel Tech" and Burton's 3D bolt set up. Since you aren't riding Burton everything else is 4x4 and take the exact same screws. Would not go to home depot though to get screws unless you are 100% positive that the thread depth and size is the exact same. As soon as you start stripping the inside of the board out, you're effed, and you don't want your bindings popping out of the board mid run.
10-20-2010 06:36 PM
beans112
is binding mounting hardware universal?

so I bought a pair of M3 vortex bindings off of amazon but they didnt come with any mounting hardware so i was wondering if all mounting hardware was universal I'm putting them on a heelside snowboard. so would 6mm x 14mm screws work? and can you please tell me where i could order some. no local shops have them in yet and home depot doesnt have the washers.

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