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Old     (riehs)      Join Date: Jul 2013       07-03-2013, 3:47 PM Reply   
Tried wakeboarding for the first time 2 weeks ago (only have been 2 times) with a board that was given to me when I got my boat a few years ago. I sucked miserably the first time getting up for a few seconds. I do have a background of water skiing but realized my second time that the rope was too long. Rope was shortened and bam was up no problem and riding. After researching online it looks like the bindings are setup kind of funny. I also noticed that there is 1 thumbscrew and 1 bolt in each binding. The bolts look rusted to hell and afraid to touch them. Is this standard or should there be 2 thumbscrews holding each boot in? Wondering if i should try taking the bolts out and replacing with 2 more screws. I really don't know how i should feel, or even what foot to lead with, or anything else since it is all so new. From what I found online I should have my rear foot at 0 deg and front angled slightly out. I tried jumping off a step ladder and my feet don't land anywhere close to how its setup now. Any help appreciated as I want to get back out tomorrow. Very addicted.




 
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