^no, that's how you check the toe adjustment height on salomons.
for the axial series, click in your boot and then look at the adjustment screw on the back of the heelpiece (the one that's not the din adjustment). see how the plastic around it forms kind of a recessed half circle? you want to screw that screw in or out until the top of the screw is flush with the deepest part of that half-circle. it's hard to explain, so check this:
not enough forward pressure:
too much forward pressure:
just right. see how it's flush with the recessed part of the plastic?
after you've done that, click out and click in again just to double check, because sometimes if you've made a lot of adjustments while the boot was clicked in, you'll get some weird pressures on the spring and it won't indicate correctly, so just double check for good measure.
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