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K2 Indy setup help

Hey all, is there another way to get to the screws without flipping the foot pad? I feel like I'll eventually rip/break it. Is there a way to take out the foot pad? Thank you in advance!
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HAHAHAHA if you break that cover plate I'll be impressed. I've owned 4 pairs of Formulas and 1 Pair of Indy's each set had well over 100 plus days and was shifted around from more decks than anyone on here will ever own or ride in their life time. Sack up and be stoked it's there and gives dampening.

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wait, what? I'M not trying to completely remove it. I am asking if you can access the screws easier rather than lifting the foot pad. And when I mean lifting, its still on the binding. Sometimes, when adjusting angles, its hard to see the arrow/tick.

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someone fails at comprehension

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Just pop open the cover plate. If it breaks (it won't break) then get it warranteed.
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sorry, should I add "to" and a "."??
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