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I bought these TT30's in January for a great deal but decided not to try them out because I've been on a Burton and was too lazy to find ICS conversion plates for these Flux's. I have them in the FS forum if anyone is interested or just PM me. Thanks
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email flux, they will send them to you and you will have them within a week.
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since you seem to have almost the whole collection i got this question:


i bought Flux SuperDiamonds 2010, and i love those bindings. but i think i would love them even more with a tad softer baseplate.


do you know if superdiamonds have that hard baseplate/shockabsorbers intentionally stiffer bc its a freeride/boardercross model. or is it stock on all flux bindings?
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I have this year's DMCC which is the new name for the Super Diamond. It's their stiffest binding, which means base/highback. Sounds like you might prefer the SF45.

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I have this year's DMCC which is the new name for the Super Diamond. It's their stiffest binding, which means base/highback. Sounds like you might prefer the SF45.
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could you press with you finger on the baseplate padding and see if padding of DMCC is any stiffer then SF45 of any other flux model that you have?

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Anyone that's thinking of jumping onto the Union Force bandwagon should reconsider, and get these instead for the same price!
Taking this advice.
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Granted I haven't used my TT30's that much, maybe only 4-5 days so far, but haven't noticed any wear/tear issues whatsoever thus far.
Did you fall at all? Did ur bindings ever touch the snow? Mine got scratched up just by bending the high backs...
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