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Old 02-04-2010, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Union Force Heel Cup Problem

Ive been trying to pull it out after unbolting the 2 side screws but it wont budge. is there a trick to this also how far do they come out corresponding to the numbers written on the heel cup.
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the largest setting is "2" for extending the heelcup. u may have to undo 4 screws on each binding to adjust it the full way, i cant remember for sure since its been awhile since ive adjusted mine.
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Old 02-04-2010, 09:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks bud i got it going
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I think it's funny that people complain that the heel cup slips on union but then you find people cant even budge theirs. I had to adjust mine with a mallet.
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same here. i think it's a quality issue on some units sold from year 4. mine does not budge either. luckily i don't really need to adjust the cup for my boot size, but if i did, i'd be irrate.
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^seriously? how are we supposed to know if that centers your boot or not.
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For a size 11 vans matlock boot does 1 on the heelcup marking sound appropriate on a wide waist?
Just look! If it looks centered then great if it doesn't then move it! Man not that hard!
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thanks for the hospitality, just thought someone might be riding a matlock boot as well and offer up some inside advice...no worries
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thanks bud i got it going
so how did you get it moving? do i need a hammer or mallet or something to push it? i can't get it to budge..

edit, my number says its on 2, is that the max it would go up to?

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Old 01-13-2011, 05:10 PM   #10 (permalink)
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There are 4 (2 on each side of the binding) screws you need to loosen. The heel strap bolts also attach the heelcup to the base. But 2 is the largest it goes.
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