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    Warden toe adjustment

    I have a Cochise 26.5. Iím planning on buying a pair of Tecnica Mach I in the same size. Both are the same 305 bsl
    Is there any adjustment necessary for the toe piece or can I just step in with both boots
    Last edited by yellofin; 11-05-2019 at 09:30 AM.

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    Why not spend two minutes to check it? Business card clearance to AFD (pull up at the toe).

    ... Thom
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    Super easy adjustment, just did that this weekend with some demos. Like Thom says, remember to pull up on the toe

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    Warden toe adjustment

    Quote Originally Posted by galibier_numero_un View Post
    Why not spend two minites to check it? Business card clearance to AFD (pull up at the toe).

    ... Thom
    I think that I am over thinking this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellofin View Post
    I think that I am over thinking this.
    So both pairs of boots should have about the same amount of resistance when pulling out the card

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    Just smoke more weed dude

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    http://salomontechnician.com/uploads...pine_16_17.pdf

    page 40

    biz card should slide in, or doubled paper, or just look for a tiny-ass gap with your eyeballs because its almost 2020 and we're paperless

    Thom said pull up on toe (or back on cuff) because it won't necessarily be up at the top of toe piece when you click it in.

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    ^ Exactly, I just eyeball a hairline gap while pulling back on the cuff, tighten it a hair more until the gap disappears, and call it good.

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    Thank's for all of the excellent info

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