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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-29-2010, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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2009 ride antic stance - setback or centered

My ride antic is a "Twinish" shape and has the options for centered or 3/4" set-back on the stance and I'm curious if there is a noticable difference between them. I have been riding both my 158w and 162w in the 3/4" set back position for the past year since I got them, what if any advatages are there in centered. I don't ride much powder, pretty much freeride only, but I love do big 180's off natural terrain jumps and trying to ride switch as much as I can.

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Well I centered my bindings on my 162 last ride and left my stance width and angles the same. Conditions were a strange slush and ice mix since we had a heat wave roll through the midwest last week but still the conditions were surprisingly decent. Anyway I didn't notice much of difference in turning or high speed stability. I did feel much more comfortable riding switch and doing board slides. I think I'll leave them centered for now and get a few more rides in before making a final decision.

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