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The K2 website has a binding technical manual, link was found at the bottom of the K2 home page (see link below). The manual provides NO part numbers and NO repair procedures, but the repair is fairly easy.

http://assets.k2sports.com/k2snow/ftpk2snow/2017/catalogs/k2snowboarding_binding_tech_manual.pdf

The back straps on the K2 Cinch are called "grab loops" as shown in photo below.

If both “grab loops” are broken, take a few photos first so you can recall the routing for installation of the new “grab loops”.

These "grab loops" are held in by two silver coloured roll pins which can easily be tapped out with a small nail & hammer. If the pin doesn't come out easy, tap from the other side of the pin. The pin has a head on one side.

You may need to use pliers to remove the broken piece of strap from the top lever.

Take the broken strap pieces to your K2 retailer ( snowboard shop) and ask them to order a new strap. K2 info suggests you can’t order parts online direct from K2, so you have to order through a K2 retailer.

Use your other binding with the good strap to copy the routing of the new strap. You might want to order two new grab loop straps and change them both while you are at it. ??

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K2 Cinch CTC... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


Here is the manual for the bindings.I have the OG Cinch bindings, got them in 2004 I think and they're still holding strong. Heavy but I love them!

http://assets.k2sports.com/k2snow/ftpk2snow/2017/catalogs/k2snowboarding_binding_tech_manual.pdf

K2 Cinch CTC... | Answered on Oct 22, 2017


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K2 Anagram... | Answered on Oct 11, 2013


Mario, there are two type of cranks that you could have. The first is held on by a bolt in the center of your crank, the second type has bolts holding on the crank arm on the non-drive side and the whole thing slips out of the bottom bracket bearings. If you have the older style with the bolt in the center of the crankset you will need a 14 or 15mm socket wrench and a crank puller. The crank puller will thread in to the crank and a center "driver" is then turned in against the bottom bracket to remove the crank arm.

You can remove the rings with out taking the crank set off, however. The hard part about that is holding the back side of the chain ring bolts so they don't spin while you try to loosen them. There is a handy little tool made for that, too.

K2 Razorback... | Answered on Mar 23, 2013


Call k2 customer service with the serial # off your binding. It probably starts with a 'B'. They have parts for 4 years back. It is 2013 now, so they have parts for 2009 on up.

K2 Cinch Cts... | Answered on Jan 31, 2013

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