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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-06-2012, 04:21 AM Thread Starter
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rome targa flex adjust

So the ankle strap on the targas has the ability to swap EVA pads to adjust flex. I found it to be one hell of a job to switch pads even when the binding was not screwed into my board. I can't see myself ever being able to do it on the mountain.

Any tips? Its tough as hell for me
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It's just plain hard, but I really didn't find the need to swap them or remove them. Just having the EVA pad in there gives it nice support. I felt like without it, the stiff highback coupled with really flexy ankle strap felt too wonky.
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i changed mine without too much of an issue, not being a smart arse but i really didnt have any problems with mine, took about 2 minutes

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i changed mine without too much of an issue, not being a smart arse but i really didnt have any problems with mine, took about 2 minutes
I guess that's probly how long it took me. But with people riding by me constantly, it felt like an eternity lol.
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Yea, it's a pain in the ass. I searched to see if I was doing it wrong or if there was a trick to it, but no luck. I threw the stiff pad in during setup and figured, I'd change it when I got home from the mt. if I don't like it. It's not something I see swaping a lot and not worth the effort to do on the mt.
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aight true, haha it took me a good 10 minutes trying to change one at home
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