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Heel and Toes set up HELP!

I am riding an Arbor 158 Element CX (camber) for the first time this year. It has a 25.2 cm waist width and I got some Med/Large Union SL and 10.5 Burton reduced foot print boots to with it. I decided to go with a 15 -6 stance angle and use the manufacture recommend binding center.

So the question is. I am trying prevent toe and heel drag and center these bindings and boots. Should I be focusing on centering the Heel and Toe to the binding or the boot. Should I be going to the outer most point and using that ? I am trying to minimize toe and heel drag. That said I will be only riding on the east coast for now so no really deep pow. My rocker board is a bit wider and I didn't have this problem before.

It seems like I can get almost 65 degrees or more...almost 70 degrees.

I think I should look at a wider board next time
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