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Look p series question

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I've just purchased a cheap old pair of Scratch BCs as the base of my invaders is getting trashed by the suface at Bracknell.

Anyway the skis are mounted with Scratch 14s which appear to be the same as the old Look p14. Ive looked up how to adjust the length and forward pressure and done so but when I click in the brake is still very loose. Has anyone else experienced this? Is it a problem? Is it solveable?

Also if anyone has any opinions on where the older 90mm waist Scratchs should be mounted for mainly park that would be a help?

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