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Originally Posted by atr3yu View Post
Ok, so I ride a Ride Berzerker 158 and it has a 3/4" set-back already on the board when it is set up at reference, which I currently have it at. I have only had her out one deep day this year and I did have some issues keeping the nose up and non-steep terrain. I know lots of this has to do with my skill level as this is only my second season riding. None the less, people that do set-back a little further how much do you normally do? Tomorrow is a pow day for me so I want to do some tweaking tonight to be ready! Thanks guys and gals!
Set it all the way back. It will feel more surfy and unstable at seed for sure, but much easier in the deep.
What angles you ride with? I trend to mellow out those too on pow days. I found that +18 + 9 works great to load your quad and calf without straining your back knee too much.

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