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Can you put Flow bindings on a Burton board?
This means that those Burton disc bindings you picked up from a few years back will still work with any new Burton 3-D board. Bindings from Flow, Ride, K2, Forum will work the 3-D Hole Pattern and in most cases come with a compatible disc.
What bindings can be mounted on the Burton Channel System?
The Channel is compatible with bindings by Forum, Drake, Union, Flow, Flux, Ride and K2. This has been a part of the Burton Technology articles.
Do Burton bindings come with hardware?
The appropriate mounting hardware for the M6 channel comes with all new bindings. If you are missing a part you can check the compatibility here and then contact us or purchase it directly here.
Do Burton Snowboards come with channel inserts?
These days Burton snowboards all come with two milled channels for mounting your bindings, rather than the standard four-hole inserts. To attach your bindings, start by removing the rubber stoppers in each of the channels. Levering them up with a screwdriver can make it easier.
Do Burton snowboards come with channel inserts?
How do you Mount Burton snowboard bindings on a snowboard?
Mounting the Front Binding (Burton EST Bindings) Using your screwdriver, pop the Channel plug out of the Channel at the front of your snowboard. Slide The Channel inserts that came with your EST bindings through The Channel opening.
Do you need a center disc for snowboard bindings?
No, but all you need is a different center disc. Most of the snowboard bindings manufacturers include discs for both systems together with the bindings. If not, you can still ask in the shop if you can get one or as a last resort, you can return your bindings. Mounting your bindings is pretty simple.
Can you return your snowboard bindings to the shop?
If not, you can still ask in the shop if you can get one or as a last resort, you can return your bindings. Mounting your bindings is pretty simple. Basically you just use the screws that came with your snowboard bindings and screw them into the holes on the top of your snowboard.
How are base plates attached to a snowboard?
Binding base plates feature discs or bolts that attach to a snowboard’s binding interface. Bindings often come with multiple base plates, making them compatible with most snowboards. Most boards feature bolt mounting patterns that are 2×4 or 4×4.