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Burton Snowboard Binding Channel Mounting Hardware Screws

$4.00

SKU: 1273Categories: Binding & Boot Parts, Burton, Burton Parts
Description

Burton snowboard binding hardware for use on all Burton Channel boards when using Burton bindings. This is the standard hardware that comes with all Burton DISC BINDINGS, NOT EST bindings which do not use discs but use the same length of screws. If you are using Burton bindings on a Burton Channel board then use these 13mm long screw with a standard washer.

Do not get caught using cheap off the shelf hardware. These are stainless steel screws to resist rust and have a special type of screw lock thread material to keep that hardware from coming loose. They are colored black to make is easy to tell the difference from the 16mm screws Burton makes that are silver. If you do not use the correct length of screw you run the risk of having your bindings coming loose or dimpling the bottom and that only leads to a bad day and repair costs at your local shop.

Features:

  • 4 13mm long screws
  • M6 thread pitch
  • 4 washers
  • Stainless steel screws dyed black to tell the difference between the silver 16mm hardware
  • Includes Burton's thread lock

Burton has gone through a lot of variations in discs, baseplates and screws over the years. If you have any questions as far as compatibility please give us a call or email and we will get you hooked up.

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