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K2 Auto Drone toe ramp adjustment

OK, I'm feeling like a bonehead here, but I got some K2 Auto Drones. Setting them up and for the life of me I cannot figure out how to adjust the toe ramp. There doesn't seem to be any screws to remove, all it looks like is I'm supposed to push the toe ramp down, slide it, then push back up... but it isn't working like that.

Anyone know how to adjust the toe ramp? Do I just need to push harder? Or is there something else I'm supposed to do to adjust it?

Thanks!
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If it's anything like the burton toe ramps it just takes a little more 'oomph' than you would expect from a fragile piece of plastic... may want to post pics, then I could tell you for sure.

I wanted a sig, but I need a job first.
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Look at the toe ramp area from underneath. Do you see two little cylinders on either side? They look like they have a pie wedge cut out of them? Pop those out. Be careful because they can go shooting across the room.
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Look at the toe ramp area from underneath. Do you see two little cylinders on either side? They look like they have a pie wedge cut out of them? Pop those out. Be careful because they can go shooting across the room.
Ah... popped them out from the top down. Thanks much!
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Ah... popped them out from the top down. Thanks much!
...and that's how it's done! You're very welcome.
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Look at the toe ramp area from underneath. Do you see two little cylinders on either side? They look like they have a pie wedge cut out of them? Pop those out. Be careful because they can go shooting across the room.
And you were right, one shot across the room and my dog tried to eat it before I got a chance to get it back... thanks for the heads-up, that woulda been crappy!
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