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What should I do?
Last year, I bought a pair of 169 public enemies. The bindings are set at the 'mid-sole' indicator on the ski. I want to move them forward, a lot forward. This is because they're so hard to ride/land switch with how they are set. However, I think if I set them more forward then they won't seem like a long enough ski. So i'm thinking about getting them in a 179, and mounting them in the center of the ski. Any ideas or opinions?
i dont realey think its a good idea to put them in the very middle cuz it makes the front of the ski reall shoort and its not as goodto ski with thats just my opinion and it might not make sense
dont buy a new ski unless you got da cash
just remount em at core center
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by core center you mean the very center of the ski?
get some lines they got the best mount position
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doing this will hopefully help me get better
i decided i'm just going to mount them at +4 inches, which is just about core center. there will be about a inch or so more in the front which should work pretty well
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core center on those skis is about 7.5 cm ahead of the mounting position you had them at. so +4 might work for you, or you might want them farther up, tike +6
I ski my 179 PEs at +3 and they are fine. If you go too far forward, the skis are worthless anywhere other than the park. If you have another set of sticks for all-mountain, by all means, go as far forward as you want.
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