Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Only British blaady Columbia!!!
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what i do.... and it may not be the best.... but hey, it has worked for me for over a decade....
get your discs in your bindings to the angle you desire. i prefer a duck stance as i like to ride regular and switch. ie +15 and -9 or 12 (i forget)
once that is sorted, consider the hill you are riding.
if it is park or packed piste, i reckon your bindings should be mounted in the middle (longitudinally) of your board.
if it is soft snow, then bias them rearward a little;
if it is powder then bias them rearward a lot.
when fixing the binders to the board, you have to simply align them to the holes in which ever way is best fit. for sure, 4 screws is good, but if needed i settle for 3 on each binder.
then you just need to ensure the binders are mounted centrally width wise.... which i do by sight and then confirm by strapping into the binders my boots, to ensure there is no visible toe or heel over hang, which for your mighty hoofs, there could be.
c'est facile non?
Just coz you don't understand it
Doesn't mean it makes no sense!