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post #6 of (permalink) Old 01-08-2011, 10:44 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Toecutter View Post
Do you mean your toes don't even overhang at all, like they're inboard of the edge??? That would severely lopsided. Or do you mean the heel has 1.5" overhang and the toes have 1" overhang, which is getting close?

Can you rotate the binding baseplate disc 90 degrees?
The toes have no overhang at all. I had a hard time last week completing my toeside turns but I thought I was just a bit rusty. Now I guess it all makes sense. I'll see if I can rotate the baseplate to push it a bit closer to the edge and if it fails, I'll push the highback forward a bit and adjust the forward lean.

I think I'll bring my board to work during lunch and try you guys' suggestions.
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