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It seems that the mounting plates are getting smaller and smaller. First Burton came up with Reflex discs.. Now, new 2014 Forces also come with mini-discs. It seems like a great idea at first but it really limits the toe-to-heel adjustment, that is, for those with big feet it's very difficult to get the bindings properly centered on the board. :dunno:

Is the ICS/EST combo the way to go?
 

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Forces' heelcup are adjustable. You have a range of adjustment from the disk and from the heelcup. That should be enough to center almost anything.

It did the trick for me on my Raidens.

I personally don't like bindings with fixed heelcups (like Burton).
 

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I looked at the link again: for the 4x4 pattern, it looks like you can't even adjust them up-down -- only side to side!! So the heelcup is the only part that moves?
 

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I looked at the link again: for the 4x4 pattern, it looks like you can't even adjust them up-down -- only side to side!! So the heelcup is the only part that moves?
Quite possible. That is the case on Raidens too. As long as you have the proper size binding I think you should be able to center your boots.
 
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