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Rotating a front Hardshell binding


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If you are LFF rotate your front binding counter clock wise to micro adjust the front binding back. Opposite if RFF

Rotate rear binding clockrise to micro adjust the rear binding back. As you rotate the front binding counter clockwise and rear clockwise you will also notice you are in a more athletic stance. Try it, let me know what you experience.

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@Guto1 generally this is pro level stuff. I would recommend that you not go down this road.

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Thank you all for the hints. Yes I've been messing around with it. Sometimes it seems to work but sometimes it doesn't. I am LFF and have both bindings rotated: counter and clockwise for the rear. I am thinking in rotating the front one back to the middle to see what happens.

I've attached a picture of my bindings. Please see bellow.

Thanks

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Opening the stance just a touch will alleviate some torque on your knees and hips. You are really not using it to put more edge in either way. It's to be in a more comfortable/athletic position which can help you stay balanced, thus making it easier to scrap when the s... hits the fan!
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