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  1. #501
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    I use the spoiler on my shins to relieve pressure which I think it's made for since it's so thin and sticks on the tongue and doesn't in the rear. I do have a bigger spoiler in the rear though.

  2. #502
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    I take a 24 and the Hoji Free doesn't go that small, its uni sex so there won't be a smaller softer unmanly colored women's version

    SO its good to see that the Technica OR the Atomic Hawx go to 24 and so are viable alternatives when the need to upgrade arises for a Vulcan lover ... try both on and pick the best for my foot

    The other day I seen Lee Lau's beloved Vulcans for sale on FB ... like selling one's children eh
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  3. #503
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    Pay attention to the screws holding the walk mode mechanism. Mine have been backing out multiple times. I need to apply some loctite.

  4. #504
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    Quote Originally Posted by smooth operator View Post
    pics?
    No, it's ugly. Now that I know how to do it, it'll look a lot nicer the next time!

  5. #505
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    Quote Originally Posted by LawndartGustav View Post
    I use the spoiler on my shins to relieve pressure which I think it's made for since it's so thin and sticks on the tongue and doesn't in the rear. I do have a bigger spoiler in the rear though.
    I had a guy tell me he wore his bike helmet with the adjuster dial over his forehead because he assumed the manufacturer would put it in an easy to access location . . .

  6. #506
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregL View Post
    I had a guy tell me he wore his bike helmet with the adjuster dial over his forehead because he assumed the manufacturer would put it in an easy to access location . . .
    LOL, can't stop laughing

    All I can say that it works and that spoiler that comes with the boots is kind of thin anyways

  7. #507
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    Now that’s funny.

    the spoiler included with the ZeroG was designed for the shin. It’s a free country though and you can put it on the side if you want. A few years ago some Tecnica boots cam with the softer smaller spoiler (comes with ZGTP) and a larger one (currently comes with mach1s). The intent was one goes in front of the leg, the other behind. The smaller one was originally designed to fit in the tongue of the liner.

    If you want more forward lean, put it on the back, if you don’t, but want to take up space put it up front.

  8. #508
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    I think the relatively soft liner in the ZGTP just swallows that little spoiler no matter which side you put it on. Personally I wish they'd made the flip chip 12 and 14 degrees instead of 12 and 13.

  9. #509
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    Tecnica ZeroG Tour Pro - 2018- 9 boot

    Got a pair of zgtp cheapish from euro land if anyone is looking (26). Got some din soles to turn my 17 zero g guides into resort boots too! My Ď16 Cochise have quite the slop in the walk mode now....

  10. #510
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau View Post
    Hmmm. Forgot to mention cos I didnt remember that my liners are ultra low volume protos so are approx 200g.

    My Intuitions were from another boot so werent cooked for the ZGTP. I usually run warm so was surprised to get screaming barfie toes from the stock liners run at a mere -20c
    Did you find the tour wrap affected ROM? Anyone know cook temps/time for tour wrap in home oven?

  11. #511
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliBrit View Post
    Did you find the tour wrap affected ROM? Anyone know cook temps/time for tour wrap in home oven?
    It's awesome. That reminds me I've got to write a review. It doesn't hurt ROM, is warm and takes up volume beautifully. Dunno cook times

  12. #512
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    Iíll buy. Once they are in stock again.

  13. #513
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliBrit View Post
    I’ll buy. Once they are in stock again.
    Yep, pretty compelling. IME, the liners are the weakest part of the boot. Not a complaint, because for lightweight, they work great.

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