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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-22-2008, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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hey how many of you guys have had experience adjusting technine MFM pros? Im having difficulties adjusting my heel cup to make it deeoer
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What exactly are you trying to do?

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make the heel cup deeper by adjusting the high back to a different position
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doesnt high back adjustment in that sense just do heel rotation... does the actual heel cup unscrew from the base and offer different positions
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yes, in a way. its on a track that moves forward and back
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so... have you slid it back?
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these were just on whiskey for 49.99 btw...interesting that a topic about em pops up
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hey how many of you guys have had experience adjusting technine MFM pros? Im having difficulties adjusting my heel cup to make it deeoer
You have to adjust the heel cup at the base not the high back. The holes at the high back are strictly for high back rotation.
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Im trying it at the base but when I remove the highback there are these square nuts that I cant get out to adjust them to a different position
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Those square nuts are supposed to stay in place.

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