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Rome Targa Owners; Read Please!

So I decided I would parallel my highbacks. I managed to get them parallel to the heel edge, but they look kinda funny, here's some pictures, please tell me if this is normal.
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My 390s are exactly the same after the highbacks are rotated. It's fine, don't worry, just ride =)
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woo, thanks , such a relief... im going boardin tonite, gonna see how they do


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Once you get your boot in there and put some pressure on it, it will even up with the cup.
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Actually, it almost looks like you over-rotated the highback?

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normal... same thing with my targas
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Actually, it almost looks like you over-rotated the highback?
i noticed that as well. your high back is now like the opposite direction it was when it was even lol..
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any of u guys notice the skrews on the side of ladder stap dig into the hi-back after u rotate it? is it bad if this is happening?

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dose that happen for anyone else?^post above^
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i noticed that as well. your high back is now like the opposite direction it was when it was even lol..
hmm well my angles are 12/-12 and the instructions for bindings at 12 said to do it the way i did, so im not sure.. maybe just gotta break em in? i get this whole week off school, so im definitly going boarding, i'll take some pictures after to see if theres any difference.


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