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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-07-2009, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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Which binding to move?

So Im riding a rome anthem 162, and the default stance width is 22" and the the dflt setup has a setback of 20mm...now I feel most comfortable with a stance width of 21", now which bind do I move? Do I move my front bindings back a hole or my rear binding up a set? Moving the rear binding forward would give me less setback, and vice versa with the front...I do pretty much only freeriding at the moment.
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move the front binder back for freeride id say, it would be more centered the other way giving it more of a twin ride

the tail will get stiffer, u gotta feel it out some
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Move the front back for freeride.

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If they are centered over your holes (not your board) then move them both in. If they arent centered with the holes do so at 21 inches. Keep the set back at 22mm, the flex and side cut are also set to be ridden that way.
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