Originally Posted by NakedlyFamous
This will probably sound pretty dumb but there are three different holes on my k2 indys to screw the high back into... What's the point of those? There is a latch/piece of plastic you can slide up and down on the back of the high backs to adjust the lean already.
Also, what would the best way to set these for a all mountain style? (maybe a little forward lean?)
The screws on the highjack are to adjust the high back rotation in accordance to making them more responsive on your heel turns, AKA making the high back even or parallel with back side edge of the board. If your high backs have a lot of flex, I wouldn't bother adjusting them. The flip tab is to adjust forward lean. You'll want no lean if you're more of a jibber and adding lean will help with keeping you're legs flexed in that riding stance and also gives you more heel side responsiveness because you'll be able to apply less pressure to hit those heel side turns since that high back is forward...if it makes sense. Since you're all mountain, a little forward lean wouldn't hurt. Depends on comfortability and a matter of individual preference. There's no set in stone right or wrong.