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i just got new spk's and i need to know how to adjust my bindings to fit my new boots. my bindings are rossi scratch 100.
Do realise that if you adjust them yourself you won't have a leg to stand on against any shop in the evnet you get injured because you don't adjust them properly..
I'll assume you can follow instructions, so you should be fine.
dude i dont understand that manual.
Cool man, if you dn't understand that, then you should take them to a shop, it will take them 2 min..
If you take it to the shop you bought your gear from they will probably do it for free..
In a nutshell, Basically on the back of the heelpiece there is a forward pressure adjustment screw which needs to be adjusted so that it is essentially flush with the end of the indentation around it when the boot is engaged in the binding.
You Adjust the heel length so the boot heel is almost touching the heelpiece, engage the heelpiece fully, check that the forward pressure is right. Take the boot out, engage it again to check, and if the forward pressure is still right then you are in business. If not, adjust and repeat
If in doubt, give it to a shop though
which part do i do first? move the heelpiece back for adjust the forward pressure?
take the bindings to where you bought your new boots, to my knowledge pretty much every shop that sells a boot will adjust your binding to fit that boot
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do they need to be redrilled?
dude just take them to the shop you bought the boots, if you dont know how to do it your going to A hurt yourself really badly, B completely brake your binding and possibly damage your skis.....
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