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I just bought a NS Revolver. I set up my bindings at a 23 inch width but I want to go to 24. I noticed that if I want to go to 24 inches I would have to have a setback. Is there any way to have a centered stance?

And is there anyway to have 23 1/2 inch width?
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rotate the discs so that the holes run parallel to your board's edges

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its pretty hard to read the binding angle like that. I had to guess
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I did that with my (Ride)shift disc's and the binding angles are marked for either way.


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I have Burton Cobrasharks and they dont have the markings when you put them parallel. I ended up counting the number of clicks.
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Do you think if I call Burton, they'll send me a different disk that fits when putting in the disk holes parallel to the boards edge.
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