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After some thinking why i broke my bindings and realized I always slightly force my knees a little bit closer together so that i am able to ride a little bit more without my bad right knee hurting. After trying a narrower stance from 23" to 21" it gave me more comfort on my right knee but turns were twitchy.

I got my new replacement footbed and made some canting to see if it will work out for me. From a cheap pair of flippers that i never used, it has nice striped groves on the underside so i cut it to shape and glued to the toe ramp. It is at 5 degree unloaded but after my weight is on it's becomes roughly at 3 degrees.

For whatever it's worth, here it is.





 

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Lol, it's actually not that much maybe an inch less if I strapped them properly. My toe strap are over the boots just to put weight on the canting until the glue sets.
 

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I ride duck equal 15/-15 so if i need to change anything it will be equally on both bindings. Besides, it is only glued to the toe ramp and i got an extra pair.
 

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nice work, looks like its maybe a bit over kill. As in it looks like 8 degrees or something. If it works for you then great but it seems like most companies are in the 2 degree area.
Yeah most are doing the 2.5 degree can't. Ride makes 4 degree but they have been tested and most people find that its just too much and makes the ride a bit odd.
 

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It compresses 2 to 3 degrees more specially at the corrugated pattern with my body weight. I had limited material available so I had it a bit thick and if it works out then all is good and if not I will thin it out from the top.

The best tool for cutting the bevel job was a serrated bread knife, it worked great. :)
 
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