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Help please with bindings

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi all, hope you can help. I bought some second hand skis and went to the indoor ski centre to try them out. They set the bindings for me but said that they are at the outer limits and I would probably be better with bindings that my required settings would be more in the middle of. setting was 6, I think, so the question is if I should do anything about it, if so, what?
I’m not too sure about settings in general other than knowing that it’s weight and experience related.

Thanks in advance.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Ignore them, they're idiots!

Providing that they're in indemnity (ie not obsolete), functionally sound, the forward pressure has been set correctly & the din correctly adjusted for your age, weight, height, sole length & skier type then you're good to go. With modern bindings/springs it does not matter if your setting is at the extreme end of the adjustment range & the din certification requires them to be equally accurate thoughout their entire range of adjustment.
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