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Burton Snowboard Binding Reflex 2 Hole Channel Mounting Disc

$6.00

SKU: 5174Categories: Binding & Boot Parts, Burton, Burton Parts
Description

If you have any new Burton binding using the newest ReFlex baseplates and need to mount them to that Burton Channel snowboard then these are the discs you need. You can tell what bindings you have in a couple of ways and the easiest is to look at the underneath of the binding and look for the word ReFlex. It is that simple. Another more subtle way is to look at the hole in the binding baseplate and see if it has small teeth on the edges of the hole that would match the teeth on the edges of these discs which are pretty obvious in the picture here.

Features:

  • 1 pair of discs, no hardware (screws or washers)
  • 2 hole Channel ReFlex only baseplates
  • Burton Channel Snowbaords Only
  • Use with M6 X 13mm Burton hardware

Need screws for those discs to attach to your board. Follow link below.

Burton has gone through a few variations of plates and discs over the years for their 3 hole pattern (3D), 4 hole pattern, The Channel System Generation 1 and Generation 2, ReFlex bindings and their older Non ReFlex bindings. If you are not sure what you need email or give us a call and we will hook you up. If you are emailing us please send pictures of your bindings and board. This always makes it easier for us to get you exactly what you need.

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