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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-17-2008, 01:07 AM
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Binding strap ripping

I just purchased my first board in december with burton custom bindings. I noticed lately that one of the straps near the screw is starting to rip and tear around the screw and in another place. Is this normal or should I try to get it replaced. Any input would be appreciated for this thanks guys and gals
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I'd go back to the shop you purchased it from or contact Burton directly and get them to replace it while it's still under warranty. If its your first board I'm going to assume that you're not really hard on the equipment.

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thanks grimdog, I emailed burton but I'll just call there who knows how long it will take to get a reply. I'd go to the store I got them at but I got them at zumiez cuz i got a good deal on them but the people there are usually idiots
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thanks grimdog, I emailed burton but I'll just call there who knows how long it will take to get a reply. I'd go to the store I got them at but I got them at zumiez cuz i got a good deal on them but the people there are usually idiots
There is a guy on the board that goes by Zumiezrep, see if he can help you

I'd go straight to Burton on this one.

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I always get better results phoning. No one hardly ever returns email. Good luck.

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