Hi, I posted in another forum here but got only got one or two answers I didn't want to hear.... . So, I'm trying another forum hoping to find other people or answers which might be able to help.
I want to shim the toe of my rail-mounted Look/Dynastar PX14 bindings so as to reduce the ramp angle. I don't want to "gas pedal" my boots, because I have other skis/bindings that do not need the same kind of treatment.
I skied with shims under my toes for awhile, but clearly that is not a great (or probably safe) way to ski for longer periods. Anyone have experience/thoughts about shimming? They are Look/Dynastar PX 14 mounted on a Dynastar Contact 4x4.
Thanks for ANY suggestions.