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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-01-2011, 02:37 AM Thread Starter
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Board tugs to the right...

Hey guys, I picked up a 2011 Skate banana along side with a pair of Flux TT30's. First off, the banana is everything I had hoped for plus more. The only thing that bugs me is that when I do a tail press for example, the board seems to want to tug right, which makes it harder to butter. Is there something wrong with the placement of my bindings, etc. ?? I have the stance at 23.5" apart. Duck stance at 15/15. I'm about 5'11, so I would say 23.5" is reasonable. I've also ridden a Rome garage rocker with no problem. Please help!!!

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Sounds like you have either too much toe, or heel; depending on which side is right.
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That would be my toe. Hmmmmm... I never seem to have that problem with my other boards..

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That would be my toe. Hmmmmm... I never seem to have that problem with my other boards..
Did you size down a board? Size change could cause the instability. I'd say practice weighting over your hips more and it should correct itself.

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