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  Quote StoopheadFred Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Official Frankenbinder Thread
    Posted: Sep/29/2010 at 7:15pm
Just curious, how much would you sell those for? Together and individually if you would. You can PM me your price if you don't want to just post it.
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  Quote KidA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/30/2010 at 11:53am
Selling these for 90 shipped (they're M/L):



And would be down to trade any of these gold Force SL parts. Everything is M/L and I really want some red blue yellow or white force straps

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  Quote Krazylegz1485 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/30/2010 at 6:06pm
Originally posted by StoopheadFred

 
I'm also thinking of getting a second pair, if I did it'd be 2011 Force Cyan's as the base with red accents compliments of the red 2011 DLX's. I'm going to be riding either an Ultrafear or a Stairmaster Extreme (in a 152 or 152W, the Panda on the 152 is blue with red clothes so a blue/red frankenbinder would be pretty fitting)
 
I'm in serious search mode for some blue Force parts.  What size will you be getting?  I'd need parts from L/XL.
 
Also, are those Milan straps on your Forces?  Would be right up the same alley as those hooker boots came from.  LOL  Can tell cuz of the big chrome Union logo, as well as that stray black highback in one of the pics.  We got those binders for my woman last season.  Good stuff.  Now my woman's have some limited (aka extinct) ptery highbacks, woot woot!
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  Quote Krazylegz1485 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/30/2010 at 6:10pm
My current wanted/needed list of parts (L/XL):
 
Solid orange toe straps - probably from Contacts
 
Blue Force "trim" pieces, the little ones that attach on the sides of the baseplates.
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this is a good thread! keep it up yall im gettin sum ideas for my bindings
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Have any of you guys tried using Burton cap straps with Union forces? I heard it's a pretty awesome combo.
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  Quote Keats0206 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/04/2010 at 6:25pm
ive got some 2010 orange contact highbacks.  looking for force or force SL highbacks.  pm me. 
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Originally posted by pibimbap

Have any of you guys tried using Burton cap straps with Union forces? I heard it's a pretty awesome combo.
 
I heard anything involving Burton is a sh!tty combination.
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  Quote Krazylegz1485 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 2:28am
Found some random Union stuff on ebay that may be worth a look-see if someone is interested in making some Franks.  One is an already mixed set of Forces, the other is a pair of white/black ankle straps.
 
 
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DVDGNU - Throw up some pics of what you've got to work with and I can give you my personal views I guess.  Gotta find a balance between looks and performance, depending on what you value more.  I'd say for the most part mixing bindings is a cosmetic change, but when you've got Unions with different highbacks and baseplates, then start mixing them together, you can come up with a "fine-tuned" binder for your specific taste.  Plus, you might end up with a sweet looking color combo as well.
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  Quote dvdngu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 4:16pm
well i can basically get anyhting i want on saturday. im going to a sale at a boardshop for 20-70 percent off anyhting, and so far im either gonna get either forces, contacts, or possibly flites. thinking im gonna go with black forces though.

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  Quote Keats0206 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 5:53pm
Originally posted by Krazylegz1485

My current wanted/needed list of parts (L/XL):
 
Solid orange toe straps - probably from Contacts
 
Blue Force "trim" pieces, the little ones that attach on the sides of the baseplates.

if you buy cyan forces ill take the highbacks.

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The only way I'd buy them is if they were retardedly cheap.  The last thing I need right now is another set of bindings around here.  I've 3 boards and at least 5 complete sets of bindings, plus some random parts leftover from mixing them together.
 
Edit - Correction, pretty sure I have 6.  Wowzers... Confused
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  Quote dvdngu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 6:27pm
id take those random parts :D and seems like you have some extra bindings too selllll
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  Quote Krazylegz1485 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 6:39pm
One would think that, wouldn't ya.  Got a couple I'll never sell, tho.
 
Not selling
-Team Data/Inverter Franks
-Force MC Franks
-OG White Forces
 
To be mixed
-Super Pros
-Green Forces
 
Can/will sell
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I'll try to make a run down of parts I have available.  I know of some Team Data baseplates right now.  They're mostly black with white Union logos.
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  Quote dvdngu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/07/2010 at 6:42pm
show me your collection :D need some ideas
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Check the very first page of this thread.  That's basically what I've got/done so far.  I'm not sure if I've got pics of the Green/Black Contacts on this thread yet or not. 
 
Don't have any pics of the Purple/Green combo due to the fact that I haven't started yet, and I'm in need of a few more parts.
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yeah i saw the pics of the contacts. and im thinking of picking that up. :D dun know if ima have money left over from the forces though ): if not, then i gotta save up my lunch money for a few weeks! hehe

now thinking about getting 10 forces and contact parts too. mr spense says that the 11 forces have an issue with the hardware? might save some moola this way too
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MH8701. That is sick. Hate the union toe straps and love rides. Did not realize they would fit. May not have sold my forces if I would have slapped my ride straps on there.
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Originally posted by dvdngu

yeah i saw the pics of the contacts. and im thinking of picking that up. :D dun know if ima have money left over from the forces though ): if not, then i gotta save up my lunch money for a few weeks! hehe

now thinking about getting 10 forces and contact parts too. mr spense says that the 11 forces have an issue with the hardware? might save some moola this way too
 
Dude.  If you buy new Forces, and they happen to be blue, I'd be interesting in working out a deal.  Possibly some pieces from something I have to make up for your missing blue ones, and then result in a "discount" on the Contacts?  We'll see.  I really want some blue parts, and the Contacts aren't doing me any good here.
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  Quote cmorrow001 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/08/2010 at 11:17am
Love that Ride toe strap. Did you have to do any real modification to make it work?

If it's super easy, I may do something similar.
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haha alright. ill check out whatever the shop has saturday. ima be thinking about new gear the whole time im taking my SAT tomoro -.-
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fyb! contact pros look so dope. 
 
mh, or anyone else that would know, are the highbacks on the contact pros compatible with any other unions? straps are interchangeable i assume?
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mh, or anyone else that would know, are the highbacks on the contact pros compatible with any other unions? straps are interchangeable i assume?
 
I can't tell from experience since I don't own them personally, but just looking at them tells me they are.  Have the same three holes for the highback rotation, and the straps mount the same as everything else.  Can't imagine they'd make a whole new design for one new binder.  Pretty sweet, tho.   Those highbacks are so rad.
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  Quote dvdngu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/08/2010 at 5:34pm
krazy, how much you thinking about selling em contacts for? i was thinking bout just starrting the collection with those instead of forces 
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Love that Ride toe strap. Did you have to do any real modification to make it work?

If it's super easy, I may do something similar.

Its as simple as removing the old strap and adding the new one, they are very compatible.  (use every thing union (ratchet, ladder, screws etc.) except the strap itself) 
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fyb! contact pros look so dope.  I regret not buying an unorthodox when they came out, but the capita I rode in 04 left a nasty taste that took a long time to go away.
 
mh, or anyone else that would know, are the highbacks on the contact pros compatible with any other unions? straps are interchangeable i assume?

highbacks are compatible, theyre all the same as far as how they attach. same with straps.

and yes they are dope looking binders

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Hit a snag with my bindings, was finally about to start messing around with my Datas and new Forces and found out a screw on my Datas is hella stripped and I have been unable to get the binding off my board...derp! So! I need to find a solution, I don't have access to power tools...thinking of bringing it to ACE hardware and hope they can help me...

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MH8701 - How much for the board in the background? Big smile


Hey. its my wallart. Brand new Shapeshifter double swallowtail! 
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Hit a snag with my bindings, was finally about to start messing around with my Datas and new Forces and found out a screw on my Datas is hella stripped and I have been unable to get the binding off my board...derp! So! I need to find a solution, I don't have access to power tools...thinking of bringing it to ACE hardware and hope they can help me...
 
The screw that mounts the board to the binding is stripped?  Is the head stripped out, meaning the screwdriver won't turn it, or is the screw actually spinning inside the hole?  The first option would be much less worse than the latter. 
 
To get a stripped-head screw out, there's really only two options (imo):
 
1.  Get a bigger screwdriver, like a #3 phillips.  Sometimes it's just a matter of making a much better connection between the two.
 
or
 
2.  Get something called an "easy-out" (most common it seems) or a screw extractor (see pic below).  It looks like a drill bit but the threads are backwards.  You drill a small hole (with a regular drill bit) into the screw itself, then tap this thing into said hole.  The top has a square head that you use to turn the easy-out.  The threads are backwards to bite into the material of the screw and hopefully back it out of the hole, if it's not too stuck.  It's a fairly simple task on the surface, but it can quickly go south if you don't get a good enough bite initially.  You can keep drilling the hole bigger and retrying but you'll eventually run out of screw.  If they'll do it for you at ACE, I'd take 'em up on it.
 
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Originally posted by Krazylegz1485

MH8701 - How much for the board in the background? Big smile


Hey. its my wallart. Brand new Shapeshifter double swallowtail! 
 
Oh, I know what it is.  Hence me asking how much.  Seen a few of 'em out on the hill in my days of riding.  Would make very sweet wall art indeed.  I'm still on the hunt for a K2 Quaw Quaw.
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If you are going to try Burton cap straps on your Union L/XL bindings, I'd recommend sizing down.  I tried the Large burton cap straps on my Contacts and they were way too big.  Medium Burton straps fit perfect.
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I'd try using a couple used condoms as toe straps before putting Burton parts on my Unions.  Just sayin'. Wink
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ended up selling the Contacts anyway.  Picked up a pair of Rome 390 Boss's and not looking back.
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jeez. tons of good parts on here. someone jump on it...cuz i cant. wish i could   http://www.geartrade.com/browse/116/792/479/item/142103
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jeez. tons of good parts on here. someone jump on it...cuz i cant. wish i could   http://www.geartrade.com/browse/116/792/479/item/142103
 
 
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Originally posted by Duneluder

Hit a snag with my bindings, was finally about to start messing around with my Datas and new Forces and found out a screw on my Datas is hella stripped and I have been unable to get the binding off my board...derp! So! I need to find a solution, I don't have access to power tools...thinking of bringing it to ACE hardware and hope they can help me...
 
The screw that mounts the board to the binding is stripped?  Is the head stripped out, meaning the screwdriver won't turn it, or is the screw actually spinning inside the hole?  The first option would be much less worse than the latter. 
 
To get a stripped-head screw out, there's really only two options (imo):
 
1.  Get a bigger screwdriver, like a #3 phillips.  Sometimes it's just a matter of making a much better connection between the two.
 
or
 
2.  Get something called an "easy-out" (most common it seems) or a screw extractor (see pic below).  It looks like a drill bit but the threads are backwards.  You drill a small hole (with a regular drill bit) into the screw itself, then tap this thing into said hole.  The top has a square head that you use to turn the easy-out.  The threads are backwards to bite into the material of the screw and hopefully back it out of the hole, if it's not too stuck.  It's a fairly simple task on the surface, but it can quickly go south if you don't get a good enough bite initially.  You can keep drilling the hole bigger and retrying but you'll eventually run out of screw.  If they'll do it for you at ACE, I'd take 'em up on it.
 
Screw extractors:
 
 



Thanks KL, yeah it's the screw head that is stripped, tried basically every screwdriver bit I own, which is a lot, tried the rubber band trick, didn't work, I don't own any power drills, so drilling a hole will be difficult, going to bring my board on down to ACE on Wed. prob and see if they can help me out.

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Originally posted by MH8701

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MH8701 - How much for the board in the background? Big smile


Hey. its my wallart. Brand new Shapeshifter double swallowtail! 
 
Oh, I know what it is.  Hence me asking how much.  Seen a few of 'em out on the hill in my days of riding.  Would make very sweet wall art indeed.  I'm still on the hunt for a K2 Quaw Quaw.

Im just gonna throw this out there. Was gonna grab it myself but it would just be greedy to have 2

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Originally posted by Krazylegz1485

Originally posted by MH8701

Originally posted by Krazylegz1485

MH8701 - How much for the board in the background? Big smile


Hey. its my wallart. Brand new Shapeshifter double swallowtail! 
 
Oh, I know what it is.  Hence me asking how much.  Seen a few of 'em out on the hill in my days of riding.  Would make very sweet wall art indeed.  I'm still on the hunt for a K2 Quaw Quaw.

Im just gonna throw this out there. Was gonna grab it myself but it would just be greedy to have 2

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Capita-Snowboard-5-ft-Shapeshifter-Travis-Parker-/180571275216?pt=AU_Skiing_Snowboarding&hash=item2a0ae2ffd0#ht_519wt_1141
 
Holy hell! Shocked  Local pickup only, in f**kin' Australia... Cry Dead Cry Dead Cry   AngryAngryAngry
 
Yes, that many faces are necessary...
 
That and it's at 5 effing dollars!
http://thench.com/garage/
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  Quote Scorer099 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/12/2010 at 2:56pm
Originally posted by Duneluder

Hit a snag with my bindings, was finally about to start messing around with my Datas and new Forces and found out a screw on my Datas is hella stripped and I have been unable to get the binding off my board...derp! So! I need to find a solution, I don't have access to power tools...thinking of bringing it to ACE hardware and hope they can help me...


If it is just one screw that you can't get out all you need to do is slightly lift up on the heel cup to put a little pressure on the screw and rotate your entire binding. The pressure of the mounting disk lifting up on the screw should be enough to turn the screw when rotating your binding. I've done this many of times.
I'm just here to look cool...

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  Quote Duneluder Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/12/2010 at 4:23pm
Went to ACE today, and one of the employees had bought the last item that I needed to get out the screw so he said he's bring it in tomorrow and do it for me. Awesome customer service.

However, I come home to an awesome suggestion from Scorer, worked like a charm, and now my bindings are all ready for some frankenbinder action! Woohoo, thanks KrazyLegs and Scorer for all your help.

Such a simple solution, feel like a retard not thinking of it....considering I'm a construction management major.....ah well, problem solved, and now I have more knowledge, win win.

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  Quote MTpow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/13/2010 at 6:39am
i'll be uploading pics of the new black n red franks tonite.... heres a hint of what they look like
MOAR powderz plz!
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  Quote GOA510 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/13/2010 at 7:17am
Still selling those black/white Unions KidA??
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  Quote dvdngu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/13/2010 at 7:26am
stupid identity got their union bindings in a late shipment so they werent avaliable when i wen to their snow sale -.-
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  Quote goalieman24 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/13/2010 at 1:30pm
Figured I'd post this up here...

Complete pair of '10 Green L/XL forces, and a full set of black Contact ratchets.
Open to trading some parts if anyone's interested.

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