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So I bought a pair of Technine bindings at a local thrift store before this year's season.

I'm kind of a newbie, but the bindings came with the high-backs un-installed and there's no hardware. So....

What kind, and where can I buy the appropriate hardware to reattach the high-backs and the boot straps?

My other question is. The high-backs that came with the gear seems to be different. They have a couple of sideways "00" on the back, and so do the top straps. Could anyone help me figure out what brand they are? I have a picture.... :D

 

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Doubt T9 can help as that's a Morrow Highback. From what you've posted and the pic you got a frankenbinding setup. The parts may, or may not work together as they weren't designed too and aren't even made by the same manufacturer. Buy new bindings. The chance of getting such an old small part is miniscule and may not even work if you do track it down.
 

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Thanks for getting me the brand name of those.

I suppose I could ride backless but I'm not sure really how to at the moment. I'm still learning you see.

They look good, it looks like I can put them together...I'm guessing the person that turned them in wanted the old T9 backs so they threw in some other parts to make it look whole.

Thanks for the help. I'll contact morrow to see what can be done.
 

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just go to hardware store, get some flat top-low profile bolt with allen wrench for the inside of the binding/hightop, the proper length, a washer and nylon lock nut...bolt it up. cost maybe $2

btw the bolts are like what ikea uses in a lot of their stuff...may grab some from yo sister's bed.
 

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I ended up stealing some similar bolts off a really old style binding I had laying around. They work for now, but I'd really rather have the manufacturer's proper equipment. I'm talking to morrow now about that.

Thanks everyone.
 
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