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Burton Toolless Tool Free Strap Adjustment Hardware Screw

$2.00

Description

Burton Toolless Strap Adjustment Hardware Screw. This is the screw that will attach the adjustable slider to most Burton straps for mens, womens and kids bindings.

Do not get caught trying to jam some other screw into the threads and end up stripping them out. Get the right screw for the job. This is an OEM Burton tool less screw with a small amount of thread lock on it to help prevent those screws from coming loose and ruining your day.

Sold as a single screw so you can get what you need. Not a bad item to buy and have a couple of spares to have around.

This toolless screw also has a small phillips head on the underside of the finger lever to be able to use a phillips screw driver if for some reason the screw is a little too tight and you can not remove it with your fingers.

Burton has gone through dozens of types of screws, washers, nuts and other hardware parts over the years and some pieces may be interchangeable with older bindings as well as other brands. If you have any questions please email or give us a call and we will get you hooked up with the right stuff.

Features:

  • 1 Toolless Slider Adjusting Screw
  • Black
  • Designed for Burton Bindings, May work with many others
  • Comes in 7mm length for toe straps
  • Comes in 10mm length for ankle straps
Additional Information
Size

7mm, 10mm

Shipping & Delivery

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