tomPietrowskiFirst off what you have is cuff alignment not chanting. The way you want to set it is pretty simple. Take the liner out and put your footbeds in the shell. Then stand into the shells and loosly do th top buckles. Then you want to stand in the center of the cuff. Have someone check from the front to basically want to have an even amount of space either side of your leg. You can use the cuff alignment bolts to get it close but honestly don't worry to much about it. Getting the foot neutral with footbeds and getting the correct shell fit are more important then the cuff alignment but that's not to say it's not worth doing it's just you need to ensure other things are working well before you start adjusting.
another easy way to adjust your cuff alignment is to simply loosen the screws (not all the way) and then flex your boot repeatedly for about 30 seconds or so. its definitely not exact and I highly recommend just going to a boot fitter, but its simple enough to do at home and will help your alignment a bit
MiomoThere should be an even and odd cant. If you're a basic bitch, you're cant even.