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Could someone explain how the whole binding sliding thing works. Are you even supposed to slide bindings forward/back. (The little metal ledge you push up under the heel and let them slide ~1cm at a time). I was always under the perception you can just slide the binding to fit you boot until my shop made me remount for like a 5mm difference a year ago.
Is there a big deal if you boot is a whole 2mm off from the binding, does it just effect when the binding releases/ the "energy transfer" between foot boot & binding?
If the ability to move bindings up/down is usable, when can it be applied? By how much do bindings move at each "step."
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That is the forward pressure adjustment, and it's different with each kind of binding. If the boot will fit in the binding and retain the correct amount of forward pressure, it's fine (2mm can usually be adjusted for, unless the heelpiece is at the end of it's range), and shouldn't need a remount, if not...then yeah they'll need to be remounted.
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