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Beginner park skier, where should i mount my bindings? Scott Jib's.
2 cm back from true center
Thanks, I'll do that then. Do I sound like and idiot if I ask what does </thread> mean?
I think eyeballing them is a completely fucking stupid ass idea. But yeah 2cm back is what I do.
I feel sorry for the retards that listen to you when you say things like this
Its a park ski, mount it center.
Do you ever wanna, like, look at a chick and bare your teeth? You know, like a chimpanzee?
so a forward spinning flippy would be a blunt?
Your momentum is wrong.
Are you skiing indoors in the UK? If so, my point is even more pertinent.
If you're just skiing park on it or only concerned about park perfromance, go Center. If your skiing all mountain and want all mountain performance, go -2. If you have got all mountain in mind, just be aware that no ski you've hit rails on will ski all mountain that well.
at a shop. tell them you would like them center mounted. for just beginning, its best to do that so you can learn swing weight and balance on rails. once you get the basics down and learn to ski outside the park and hit the woods but still do park, you'll find yourself mounting them back from center because you'll be able to hit rails and jumps with no issue
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I dont know dog, he has way more posts than you so he has to know what hes talking about
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id finally have an excuse for masturbating to taylor lautner -Flying-Squirrel
But I had the feeling he was taking piss
naw, you probably just arent that tech savvy. its a closing tag, as in "end of thread." in HTML, content is scoped by placing it in elements, e.g. <claim> i skied with sammy carlson </claim>
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