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bataleon Goliath binding reference points

can someone please tell me the reference points for a bataleon goliath? the board is a limited NZ buzzy bee edition (2008) but virtually the same as the standard Goliath.

rear (______::::::_________::::::_______) front

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They're probably the middles holes. As a guess.

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hoping to get a definte answer, please note the pattern is 4x2 so with 6 sets there is no 'middle'
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hoping to get a definte answer, please note the pattern is 4x2 so with 6 sets there is no 'middle'
Please note that each binding uses 4 holes, so there is a middle.

Also, it would be extremely counter-intuitive for the binding reference to be off-center. Set it as wide as you need it and center on the binding holes. Binding holes are usually installed so that when they're centered, you're where the makers suggest. The goliath has a 10mm setback, so centering yourself on the holes should put you right on that mark.

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would you call center, holes 2 and 4 or 3 and 5? (with 1 being far left, 6 far right, of each foot)
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rear (______::::::_________::::::_______) front

Ah, sorry, I was being a little retarded and thinking in 4x4. Since there isn't a direct centre set up, the reference point is probably in the kind of impossible space (if your bindings didn't have lateral adjustments) in between 3 and 4.

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