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12-02-2010 04:26 PM
XxXavin Never mind, figured it out... "Close Thread"
12-02-2010 03:53 PM
XxXavin
Binding Setup, help

Alright, So I just got back from the shop with my new board. I ripped off my old bindings off my old board and I'm trying to fit them properly to my new one. I'm trying to set up a Front = +15 and back = -3 just to try it out for now and I'll adjust later. The only problem is I'm trying to center my bindings so I have equal hangover from boots on each side. The front binding is perfect, but the back binding when I have it centered, the front of the binding hangs over by about half an inch, and I can't seem to adjust that right to get it flush with good angles. When I do get it flushed by off centering a bit, the back of my boot hangs over way to much and is not a equal distance of front/back hangover. Any suggestions please? This will be my last ride with my old binding until my new ones arrive.

- mid 2000 Mission binding
- 2010 Burton Operator with channel

Thanks.. Chase

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