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way2ski125983 wrote an answer about on March 24, 2011

These T1s have a more aggressive forward lean than I thought. My other comment doesn't address your problem. The forward lean is adjustable though. You need a 2 mm alan wrench. Unlock the boot and flex it until the screws are exposed through the small holes on the heel plate. Loosen the screws until the plate loosens up, then push the cuff back as far as it will go.You should see a little mark on the heel plate next to the walk/ski stencil. The mark should be in the highest position. Carefully flex the cuff to expose the screws and tighten them. If this doesn't give you enough upright stance, remove the heel plate. Then drill out the lower screw access hole to 1/4 in. This will bring up even more.

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way2ski125983 wrote an answer about on March 22, 2011

The boot has two positions of lean- try unlocking the heal and stand straight up. You should be able to lock the more upright position by leaning back.

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way2ski125983 wrote a review of on April 7, 2010

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Eric must have had one sweet girlfriend to name this ski. I've skied it 60 + days this winter in all conditions. It minds very well- does what you command it to do. Light pressure, big turns, pounce on em and they turn on a dime. The soft flex takes a little getting used too. When skiing deep powder, stay on the fall line and kiss them a little and you're off and wiggling and grinning. I have them mounted tele. In powder, corn, porn and slush they ride a nice tele arc. On hardpack, ice and groomers turns work great too- just keep them out from under you and up on edge. If you trust the edge, there's nothing these skis can't do.

I love these skis!!!

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