Okay, so I have this weird new problem.......
It started toward the end of the weekend on last weeks trip to Snowshoe. I crashed HARD early on the last day, near the bottom of Soaring Eagle lift, and hit something under the snow very hard with my rear binding. I didn't notice it until unloading at the top of the lift and started to strap in, but my rear binding had been jacked around from -15 to -45!....I ran in the rental shop, and fixed it real quick, but, every since, the board has felt like it was tweaked or something. Any time I flat-board at ALL, it feels like the board is literally pivoting under me, with the tail wanting to "push" out to my heel side. It almost feels like it is "wanting" to go into a toe-side turn.....I thought it may have been a binding angle or stance width issue, so I double, triple, and quadruple checked everything, and nothing is out of place.....I also checked it on a bedding plane tool (for checking flat planes in cabinetry), and the board doesn't appear to be tweaked any at all, and my binding disks are not stripped at all, so... Do any of you guys have any suggestions to what I should look at?
Specs, in case they might help:
New (I just bought this year, NIB) 08-09 Burton Blunt, 151cm (Cambered, the ones that have the composition book label on them)
2012(?) Burton Custom bindings, Large (Sales clerk wasn't sure on the year. They have the asim. Cartel high-backs, and the newer toe cup, but not the "get-a-grips")
Ride Anthem Boa Boots, size 12
I talked to the guys at the local Shop, and none of them seem to have any clues as to what could be causing it....Am I crazy?? Fucked up equilibrium? Possibly one less toke before riding?? (J/K of course....sort of)