Originally Posted by deliberate1
ts01, you are right about the DIN change. I just spoke to my local shop that said the DIN parameters were 311cm upto something in the 320's, and 310cm down to 298cm. Tech also confirmed no remount, but arm adjustments to regulate toe pressure. A $20 bill (as you know) for the priviledge....Definitely something I have to learn to do if I end up moving between both pairs of boots.
I'm pretty sure the arms on the bindings in question are self-adjusting...no need for a shop to do that...
You could easily do all this yourself and it would take under 5 minutes. On the heelpiece of your binding, at the tip of the "boner," as my friends and I call it, there's a screw. That one's for DIN. Then, lower down, there's another phillips screw, pretty much at the back of heelpiece, near the track. That one is for forward pressure. If you tighten that, it will move your heelpiece closer to your toepiece.
The only think I'm unsure of is how you know when your foward pressure is properly adjusted on those bindings. There is a trick but I forget it...maybe someone else knows...