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Burton 3 Hole (3D) White Snowboard Binding Used Single Disc

$3.00

Description

If you have Burton bindings that do not have the Reflex base plates and need discs to mount them to that 3 hole pattern Burton Board theis the mounting disc for you. This disc is for the original 3 hole Burton snowboards that use traditional M6x16mm hardware. It is for all Burton bindings manufactured from 1994 to 2011. After 2011 burton began manufacturing the RE-FLEX base plates and that is an entirely different disc. Bindings manufactured before 1994 used a slightly different disc interface and will not work with these. But hey if you have bindings that old we suggest you consider new bindings anyways because plastic does not last forever.

Burton has gone through a few variations of plates and discs over the years for the 3 hole patterns, 4 hole patterns, as well as for the Channel system, ICS, RE-FLEX and EST bindings so if you are not sure what you need email or give us a call and we will hook you up.

Note:

This disc is preloved, "Used". It is in great shape and has some scratches and scrapes from signs of use but is in perfect functional shape.

Features:

  • 1 White disc, single disc here no hardware (screws or washers)
  • For Burton 3 Hole 3D Snowboards Only
  • Show signs of use.
  • Use with M6 X 16mm Burton hardware.
  • If you need hardware here is the link. Burton Hardware.
Shipping & Delivery

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