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You're situation is not uncommon. I have dealt with bases de-laminating like this several times in the past and it is usually always due to something causing the glue to become brittle and fail. Whether this due to wear and tear will depend on the condition the base is in. If the base is all torn up and has gouges along the edge of the rails then no one will take it seriously because it could have been water damage. If, however the base is in good condition then you should still have a chance of getting it warranted. Contact Burton or better yet contact your area sales rep, explain your situation and your loyalty to Burton (even if its waning a bit now) and ask them what they can do. If they are cool they will at least hook you up with a really good discount on a new board. Also if you ahve a good shop near you (or better yet the one that sold it to you) then go in and see if they are keen to help.
I always fought for people in your situation so with a little luck you will fond someone else who wants to help too.
They wont fit directly as Ride bindings are made of very lite metal and need all four screws to stay secure. The best idea is to buy the matching Burton binding or avoid the channel system and stick with 4 x 4 brands
The Hero is designed to work with Burton's special two bolt system. The base plate on the Burton bindings is much stiffer than standard (like the on the Kass's) so will flex and loosen quickly. The best solution if these were both bought together from a store is return them as they should not have been sold together. If this is not possible then sell the bindings and buy the correct Burton model. If this is not fixed the mounting screws will eventually damage the board and need costly repairs.
You can buy small nylon patch kits from most camping stores that come with glue and a selection of patches which can be glued to the inside of your bag to repair the hole. These patches are made for camping gear and waterproof clothing so are perfect for the job
Is this for the binding? you may be able to buy a toe-cap strap set from Burton or Ride (both sell sets for around 30.00) You will have to compare the mounting design of the toe ******** the burton/rides vs your binding
Prom is a basic "generic" brand which makes many boards under many names. They are simple boards sold at cheap prices and usually only come with a 60 day warranty which is a lot less than most big brands 1 year warranty.
Burton has a different pattern for their bindings then everyone else. The good news is that the standard pattern will fit on burton boards. You just need to use 4 bolts on the lamar bindings rather then the 3 you would use with burton.
Should do... Though to be safe I'd take a measurement of the board width to the shop with you and have a look at the bindings on a board of similar width.. Better still bring the board and your boots in with you and have them fit the binding and then try it for feel before you buy..