I have a board that has a 20mm setback on it. That translate to about 3/4"
The board has it listed as having a 20mm setback stamped on it.
Whenever I look at the binding holes, and compare the first/last holes and measure from the front of the board to the holes ,and then from the back of the board to the holes - it comes up to about 2" setback!
I then thought, OK maybe they mean from the absolute curve edge, so I tilted the board on edge to find the absolute minimum contact point, mark it, then measured from those points to the center of the binding , SAME - 2"
2" is more like 50mm!!!!
That's a powder board then.
The board I have it labeled as being an all mountain board, good for everything you can throw at it. Meaning, it doesnt shine at any one thing.
Am I measuring wrong, was this manufactured wrong.....what is the meaning of wrong?