How To Change The Bindings On A Wakeboard

Learning how to change the bindings on a wakeboard is not difficult. Changing the biding on a wakeboard is more about position them remove and replace. Changing the bindings on a wake board is based on your stance and skill level. Changing the bindings on a wakeboard will allow you to increase you capabilities as your skill level grows. There are three recognized wakeboard stances, recreational, advanced and expert. This article will teach you how to change your wakeboard bindings to meet this stances. Read on and learn how to change the bindings on a wakebaord.

What you will need for this adjustment:

  • Wakeboard
  • Phillips screwdriver


  1. Turn the wakeboard deck down. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws at the base of the wakeboard. Turn the wakeboard deck side up. Based on your skill level adjust the bindings.
  2. Adjustment or change is done by angles. Easiest way to determine angles is to estimate it as you move the bindings or use the binding plate screw holes. You should already know your lead foot and trail foot.
  3. Move the lead foot to the second or third hole for recreational. For advance move the lead foot to the forth or fifth screw hole. For advanced move, the lead foot and trail foot to the third or forth screw hole.
  4. Turn the wakeboard back over. Use the Phillips screwdriver and replace the screws. This will set the changed binding settings.



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