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Old    corrupt            06-21-2002, 10:51 PM Reply   

Can someone tell me if I am doing something wrong or do I have equipment problems or neither?

Premier 135 with Hype 30/60's (2001)

Here's the deal... When I get big air doing Wake2Wake jumps 2 things can happen. If I land on the backside of the other wake I have a great smooth and soft landing. Everything feels great.

But when I land out in the flats my right foot nearly pushes out of my binding. It's like my enitre foot is about to be pushed out through the TOE part of the binding because of the hard landing. I have been able to reduce this a bit by absorbing my landings by bending my knees... but this only helps so much.

One solution would be to not land out in the flats and just land on the backside of the other wake.... but we all know thats not going to happen. :-)

Does anyone else have this problem or have a suggestion? Would new and better bindings help (I thought the 30/60's we supposed to be one of the top models) or is this just normal?
Old    jim01            06-22-2002, 1:01 PM Reply   
Before buying new smaller bindings. I would tighten the front over-lays on the your bindings. Mine did the same thing when going big.
Old     (wakeeater)      Join Date: May 2002       06-23-2002, 9:04 PM Reply   
yeah tighten the overlays
Old    corrupt            06-26-2002, 9:52 PM Reply   
Took your advice guys. Went out today and it totally helped. We had butter for about 5 hours and I got the biggest air in all my riding days. And the bindings held up and my toes didn't push out.

Great advice and thanks!
Old    hadcity            07-30-2002, 7:13 PM Reply   
Hey Nick I had the same problem though and me and my dad tighted them and i went out and it worked great!!! I wish i could to told u before them but thats great good luck (P.S. dont tighten them to tight or the material will rip that is what happened to me lol good luck)


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