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Originally Posted by jamesdthomas2 View Post
Forgot one thing. Each binding has a certain amount of minimum forward lean. As an example I own two sets of Burton Cartel from 20010 (Standard) and 2011 (EST). My 2010 binding have a lot of minimum forward lean. For them to be exactly the same, my 2010 have to be at zero and my 2011 have to be at two. I think this was a result of people complaining about calf burn while riding (more forward lean = more burn). Hope this helps.
True, this is only something you need to adjust if you feel that you need it.

Edit: could also depend on forward lean of your boots too.

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