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01-01-2010 06:22 PM
98zman Yes its adjusted so that its at the least amount of foward lean.
01-01-2010 04:39 PM
Snowboarding101 Yeah, any burton highback will fit on there. Have you adjusted the forward lean all the way down?
01-01-2010 12:02 PM
98zman
Question about burton triad?

I recently bought an 08-09 K2 jibpan which I freaking love and decided to just get a whole new setup with bindings as well. I found a set of triads for pretty cheap brand new. I tried them for the first time last weekend and felt that they were way too aggresive with foward lean (for my riding style) as compared to my ride spi bindings. I would assume it the huge high back it rocks. Is there a way to put a different high back on the binding with a less aggresive foward lean or am I stuck with this? Overall super comfortable binding though besides that.

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