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Got my new Ride CAD bindings... tips on setup?

Hey folks. Jumped on a Brociety deal for a pair of Ride CADs. Just went for the stiffest thing ride offered. Holy crap these things weigh a ton. And I thought my P1's were heavy. My P1's are feathers in comparison. This is insane. The footbed is actually it's own independent piece and it floats above the baseplate. This manual is TERRIBLE...

Are the telescoping and ladder straps for ankle and toe suppose to be at a rigid, fixed angle? This is fresh outta the box so I dunno what's normal. The reason I ask is Burton straps seem to move freely...

PS- I figured out how to access the disc hole

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