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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-16-2008, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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Toe Ramp Adjusment..

Ok this is for my Tech heads..The toe ramp adjustment's on bindings never put any thought on this before, but should the ramp be flush for say with the toe edge? Will this improve toe side turn's? Will it improve on your board flex? Or is this just for big foot rider's?
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you want it to go to the tip of your boot so it can more efficiently use your toeside edge if in thinkin of this right in my head lol..

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i always read that it should be flush or just within the toe edge of your boot. I guess it helps with your toeside turning response
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As long as its not over hanging the board its good. I dont think the 1/2 in of ajustment you can make on your toe ramp really makes a difference. I've tried it in a several positions and I never noticed any difference in feel or response.
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