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Old 03-12-2011, 04:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How are the boss 390 highback foward lean angle? i wear size 11 boots and it seems that no matter how foward i adjust it, the highback doesnt fully come in contact with the back off my boots.
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Seems pretty good to me. They have a on-the-fly adjuster, which spins and allows you to push down a bar on the highback which increases the forward lean.
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Old 03-12-2011, 02:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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OP you need to adjust the backward lean of your boots.
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OP you need to adjust the backward lean of your boots.
how do i do that? I dont think it can be done. I got burton hails.
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You need a phillips screw driver. Check the owners manual.
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You need a phillips screw driver. Check the owners manual.
lmfao you dick.
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You need a phillips screw driver. Check the owners manual.
its a hex key, and i got it all the way down but there is still alot of room between the highback and the back of my boots. and i think this is affecting my heel response.
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Lol...he's just messing with you. Is the heel of your boot all the way back in the heelcup? Have you tried taking off the entire highback and moving it forward?
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lmfao you dick.
lol we definitely could have teamed up and got him to ship his boots back to burton claiming they are missing the backward lean adjustment screw.
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Are your boots flush with the highback near the heel loop?
Your boots might be too wide.
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