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Just bought M3 Discord bindings and I have No instructions how to put them on the board?

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First off if you have a 4 bolt pattern board it will look like this * * * * what you want to do is set the              * * * * Bindings on the board about shoulder length apart and thenfind the corresponding holes in underneath the slots in the bindings base. once you find the holes look at the edges of the round inserts, they have degree markings on them. i angle my binding about 15 degrees forward for the front one and 15 degrees back for the back one. This is a very freestyle oriented setup. for learning i would go 30 dergrees forward on the front and 15 degrees back on the back. and there you go your set to ride.Make sure you tighten all the screws very tight you dont want them coming loose on the mountain.also do not use locktight on the screws it can damage your board.

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