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Rome Crail stance ??

I just my first real board, a 07 rome crail 159 and some 08 targas, and I noticed when mounting them, all the possibilities. Does anyone know what the "DFLT Stance", "20 back", "Center" mean? I have an idea, but what would be the pros and cons of each position? Is it all personal preference?
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preference but they are sort of "guidelines" depending on the type of riding. usually a setback for freeride, center stance for park and for setback for lots of pow pow
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