The gear priests of SLC told us to publish these if it perhaps gave more insight into the binding. I believe it does, so here you go. I did it as a separate blog post so it’s easier to update or whatever as time goes by. Click on the images to enlarge. The images don’t clarify how to adjust for boot length. Using screw as illustrated, crank heel unit fore and aft till the small rectangular plastic area touches the boot heel. Thus, in static position the binding has no pre-loaded “forward pressure.” Once you start skiing, action of the ski flexing utilizes spring loaded heel unit.
WildSnow.com publisher emeritus and founder Lou (Louis Dawson) has a 50+ years career in climbing, backcountry skiing and ski mountaineering. He was the first person in history to ski down all 54 Colorado 14,000-foot peaks, has authored numerous books about about backcountry skiing, and has skied from the summit of Denali in Alaska, North America’s highest mountain.