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11-09-2009 06:10 PM
Originally Posted by MunkySpunk View Post
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11-09-2009 03:54 PM
Jaywho Thanks Guys
11-09-2009 03:44 PM
Originally Posted by Sam I Am View Post
With? Well, you measure it with one of these:
11-09-2009 03:32 PM
Originally Posted by Jaywho View Post
I know it is a stupid question
11-09-2009 03:31 PM
Sam I Am With? Well, you measure it with one of these:
11-09-2009 03:13 PM
Jacko_390srock Hi. Stance width is the width in inches between the exact center of front foot binding to the exact center of your rear foot binding. Depending on how tall you are and the size of your ride, you should have a stance width where the middle open space in between your bindings is slightly bigger than the spaces from your bindings to both ends of the board. Hope this helped you some.
11-09-2009 03:12 PM
gotamahuy yes center of binding to center of binding
11-09-2009 03:09 PM
How do you measure stance width?

I know it is a stupid question, but how do you do it? Is it from centre of binding to centre of binding?


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