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03-03-2008 01:08 PM
ppp738 Heard that board behaves diffrent after you put so called lifters under your blindings.
03-02-2008 08:14 PM
ahhhhhhhgabe im pretty sure burton sells lifters, check out their website
03-02-2008 07:53 PM
JeeArr
Get my bindings higher on my board?

I have a Atomic Axum board and Burton Custom bindings, I really like carving so I put my bindings in Racing style at 30degrees in front and the back one is at 15 degrees counter clockwise. But the thing is that when I carve to hard, my bindings touches the the snow on both sides, Im really leaning on each turn, so i want to buy plates that can go under my bindings to get them higher off the board, does somebody what they are called???

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