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07-20-2011 11:45 AM
davidj
Advice Please - Adjusting Heel/Toe Overhang

I mounted my Flow the Five bindings that I recently purchased, on my board. The bindings I am replacing had equal amount of heel and toe overhang, but the Flows mounted the same way seem to have a little bit more heel overhang and less toe overhang. I just need a very slight shift toeside to equalize it, but any baseplate or highback re-positioning seems like it'll push the toe side a little too far forward . Any thoughts on how I ooch my boot just a 1/4 to 1/2 inch more towards the toe edge?

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