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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-16-2010, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
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Binding adjustments - High backs?

How do you adjust your highbacks in relation to your boots? Do they touch? Is there a gap?

I've got a pair of Flux Titans and the other day I noticed that when my boots are in them the
highback on my front binding touches my boot, but the one in the back has a gap. I adjusted
them to be the same (touching), but I was just wondering what everyone else does and why
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Well, if they bother you while riding, adjust for less, if you cannot get pressure on the backside for carves, then adjust for more lean.

Looking at them in your room won't help, everything is gonna move and flex up to 4 inches or more left and right and at least 1 inch backwards when you are riding.
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got it so having them adjusted more forward helps with backside carving. thanks.
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