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Old 12-13-2012, 10:56 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Unfortunatley, there is no reference point on the Raptor, just the inserts. Based on my stance width, I have 3 options for my rear foot, all the way back, 2nd from the back or 3rd from the back.

Based on everyones recomendations I am gonna start I am gonna start 3rd from the back, however this puts my front foot as close to the nose as you can get.

Thanks for the tips on my wifes board, I am gonna re-adjust the stance for her. My plan was to give her the board as a surprise gift when we arrive at the hill our first day on the 23rd. So I want to have it set up almost perfect.
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Old 12-13-2012, 11:09 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Unfortunatley, there is no reference point on the Raptor, just the inserts. Based on my stance width, I have 3 options for my rear foot, all the way back, 2nd from the back or 3rd from the back.

Based on everyones recomendations I am gonna start I am gonna start 3rd from the back, however this puts my front foot as close to the nose as you can get.

Thanks for the tips on my wifes board, I am gonna re-adjust the stance for her. My plan was to give her the board as a surprise gift when we arrive at the hill our first day on the 23rd. So I want to have it set up almost perfect.
No need for reference points - just work outwards from the center of the inserts, i.e., start at the innermost inserts (furthest back front insert, furthest forward back insert) and widen your stance evenly from there.
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