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02-22-2008 12:09 AM
Nivek change companies. get unions, they have a lifetime warranty on all there bases
02-21-2008 03:56 PM
SUPERGILDO
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Originally Posted by YoZUpZ View Post
Yeah, I'm gonna give Ride a call as soon as I get off of work... I was just wondering if anyone knew if Alpahs had a stronger base or if there are any other bindings out there that have a really strong base...?
I pretty sure they have the same base as the deltas. are you talking about the base plates??
02-21-2008 03:24 PM
Mason the same thing happened to this guy i met on the lift, he called the company and they sent him new bindings and a t-shirt or something
02-21-2008 03:23 PM
YoZUpZ Yeah, I'm gonna give Ride a call as soon as I get off of work... I was just wondering if anyone knew if Alpahs had a stronger base or if there are any other bindings out there that have a really strong base...?
02-21-2008 02:39 PM
sparty I'm sure Ride would be more than willing to help you out. Give 'em a call.
02-21-2008 02:33 PM
ecave84 i would call ride and get them replaced
02-21-2008 02:10 PM
BiggerThanYours did you call ride and ask them what they can do for you?
02-21-2008 01:56 PM
YoZUpZ
Need Bindings that Don't Bend! ...bent 2nd pair this season...

So I started of the season with Ride LX bindings, and back in January I bent the entire base of the bindings. So, I decided to upgrade to the Ride Delta's... The guy I talked to at the shop told me "there is no way these will bend on you" ...A month and a half later... They are bent in the same spot.

Both sets bent on the base on the inside of my front heel. I like my bindings tight, and maybe this has to do with them being too tight?

I'm getting sick of going up to the mountain and having crap break on me... any advice or recommendations would be useful. Thanks

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