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Forward pressure adjustment detail
I've adjusted the bsl and forward pressure on tyrolia and salomon bindings several times, always doing so without the boot clicked into the heel. I've always heard that you aren't supposed to adjust forward pressure with the boot clicked in, but why not? What's the worst that can happen if you do?
I always do it with the boot in. Some people say not to do it, but pretty sure no tech manuals do. Check those if you want to be sure.
I've always done it with the boot in too. That's the only way to get forward pressure right. You can't just guess. Even on a demo track it won't be perfect, that being said it will be pretty damn close but still i always do it with the boot in to get it perfect, thats not really something I'd wanna get wrong lol
Well I've always heard you should click the boot in to check and if it's a tad bit too loose, unclik the boot and tighten it a tiny bit in then click the boot back in, and repeat until it's set correctly. Also, I have another question: I'm adjusting the forward pressure on my 916 labs right now and the wormscrews don't move with the heel when they turn. Is the din adjustment screw supposed to be even with the housing to be set correctly or is it the wormscrew and my bindings are just wonky? Thanks.
Nevermind I got it figured out. Thanks for the help you two!
you can adjust it with the boot in until it hits the line but you should take the boot out and put it back in and then adjust again accordingly. sometimes you won't get the full range right away
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