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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 06-02-2011, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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Binding Set-up If you scroll down to the bottom, there is other binding setup videos other then just the nxt's.
Oh , I watched that as i installed them, i just havent had enough time to research why you can offset the disc's heel side , or toe side. I dont really understand why they would give that option, unless maybe its personal pref on the way people center themselves on their board? Thank you for looking out for me though
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Oh , I watched that as i installed them, i just havent had enough time to research why you can offset the disc's heel side , or toe side. I dont really understand why they would give that option, unless maybe its personal pref on the way people center themselves on their board? Thank you for looking out for me though
Bindings may not center your boot perfectly on the board normally, so you can adjust it that way so overhang on both sides of the binding and board are equal. Heelcup/highback adjusts boot position wrt the binding, then the disc adjustment centers the binding wrt the boot.
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You want to center your boot on the board. So the offset allows you to tweak it to get it as optimal as you can.
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You want to center your boot on the board. So the offset allows you to tweak it to get it as optimal as you can.
oooo i c, thank you lol.. I will put my boots on them again and check it out, thanks a bunch you guyz <3
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If you can't get it perfect, I find it better to have it biased toe side than heel side (i.e. more toe hang than heel hang)
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