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post #6 of (permalink) Old 01-23-2011, 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Leo View Post
I read in your other post that you set your stance forward on the board?

So let me get this straight... the board is directional with a 1" setback stance right? And you moved it forward 1" to center your stance?

This is the reason why you had issues with board control. Never set your stance forward on any type of board whether or not it is a true twin, directional twin, or true directional. Due to the board's geometry, you are going to have troubles riding with a stance set forward.
Leo, what about setting it back? Do you think it is a bad idea to have the front at the reference and the rear set back 1"? This is what I have my Ride DH set at, I haven't tried it out yet though.

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