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390 toe ramp position

I picked up a set of 390s during the off season, and was adjusting them to my boots last night. One thing I can't figure out is the proper toe ramp position. The manual says it should fit right under the "toe spring" of the boot. Eh? What the hell is that? Should the end of the ramp be roughly in the center of my big toe? I tried just moving it in and out to find the most comfortable position, but I didn't seem to really notice that much difference, as the outer and innermost of the 7 positions weren't but about 1/4" a part. I'm sure it's much more noticeable once in motion, but any advice now would be appreciated.
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I just set mines to somewheres in the middles.

wherever's comfortable, I say.

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I have mine extended all the way to the end


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I set mine right under the joint of my big toe. When you press you foot down like when your putting pressure on your toe edge, you will feel the pressure is kinda right at that big toe joint. That's about where you want the front of the ramp to be.
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