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|03-02-2008 04:29 PM|
i think you would be much happier with the chb with arsenal/390 bindings. Rome makes solid bindings and the cbh is a good board an 200 is a really good deal. Its going to get scratched up anyway so being a second isnt a big deal.
mounting bindings is easy. all you need is a screw driver. Plus i know that rome gives instructions in th box for adjusting everything. Im sure other brands do as well. All bindings will basically fit any board. If you have a burton board and non burton bindings you just need to get the 3 hole baseplate. Or the other way around you would need to get the 4 hole base plates.
I may be wrong but i think thats a beginners board and bindings you posted.
|03-02-2008 03:27 PM|
NEW Burton Cruzer 154cm Wide Snowboard with Binding - eBay (item 200203462937 end time Mar-04-08 17:12:44 PST)
hows this one?
|02-27-2008 11:58 PM|
most boards are compatable with most bindings...I think the exception is some burtons, which you would need a plate to put on their boards.
Its pretty easy, but the distances I'm not so good at...
|02-27-2008 10:15 PM|
|nastybutler187||sweet, those seem pretty decently priced. how do i know if the bindings are compatible with the board? and also will i be able to put them on myself?|
|02-27-2008 07:54 PM|
Rome Binding Rome Arsenal
Rome Binding Rome 390
|02-27-2008 07:00 PM|
like this one?
Gnu Board Gnu CHB Wide MTX SCND
could you find some bindings that would go with it? im not really familiar with how to pick out compatible bindings.
|02-27-2008 01:52 PM|
|schmitty34||Also check out the GNU 11up on sierrasnowboards.com. It's a steal at $250 with MTX and $200 without. I ride the 11up without MTX and really like it as an allround board. It looks different than most other boards as well which is kind of nice if you don't want the same burton custom as 50 other guys on the mountain.|
|02-27-2008 10:11 AM|
Originally Posted by nastybutler187 View Post
|02-27-2008 09:59 AM|
|Gustov||you need to pick your board based on what type of riding you like to do. since you're in cleveland i doubt you're doin freeriding, i could be wrong tho, so either all-terrain or freestyle. i wear size 12 boots and i ride a nitro magnum and i really like it. i've seen a lot of sales on boards around the internet recently, so just look around and check out the specs on the boards, the manufacturers' websites usually have pretty specific descriptions. rome, burton, ride, never summer, nitro, gnu, are all brands i've heard really good things about.|
|02-27-2008 09:39 AM|
|nastybutler187||i would, but im actually goin on a trip in late march so i kinda wanna get it before then. and i live in the suburbs of cleveland, the closest snowboard shop is like an hour drive away and everything is hella expensive|
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