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12-29-2012 09:33 PM
mikeinaus the inch of so setting the binding back would probably not be noticeable for switch. try it out, if you dont like it go back. theres no "wrong" configuration, whatever works for you is best...
12-29-2012 09:07 PM
Quick question on mounting bindings

I have a Bataleon Goliath which has a 1 cm setback builtin. Initially I mounted my bindings on the center of the board, which I found too spread apart, so I have been snowboarding with the back bindings mounted closer to the center of the board by one screw. This configuration hasn't been giving me any problems, but I ride all-mountain, and am wondering if it would be wiser to instead mount the back bindings centered and the front bindings closer to the center. I know this should be more beneficial since the front of the board would float up more when riding, however it may make riding switch (which I rarely do but would like to get better at) more difficult/impossible. Thus my question, have I been riding with my bindings installed incorrectly and would mounting the front bindings closer give me more dexterity when riding all-mountain and turning?


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