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02-14-2011 06:05 PM
PredaClone
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Originally Posted by outlyr View Post
Try opening up the front to +18, it worked for me. After a lot of shifting around I settled at +18, -12 and haven't had any knee or ankle problems since.
Same here. Was having left (front) knee pain and opened the angle a bit. Worked like a champ, no trouble since.
02-13-2011 02:47 PM
outlyr Try opening up the front to +18, it worked for me. After a lot of shifting around I settled at +18, -12 and haven't had any knee or ankle problems since.
02-13-2011 02:28 PM
mbesp You could try making your stance a little more narrow or maybe turning your rear foot mor toward center
02-13-2011 12:51 PM
samolo
Binding stance.. HELP!

So yeah, Currently I am using an uninc 58 w cartels on a +12-12 setup.
My left knee (im reg) hurts a bit when i am riding. How can I mess around the stance to fix it?
suggestions?

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