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Original k2 enemy...where should I mount? (pics)

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Ok, I've asked this in the past, but never really received a definite answer.

Original k2 enemies. I need to do a remount, as the bindings were mounted way too close for my boots. I'm puzzled as to where I should mount, however...there is no midpoint mark. There is a 'boot toe' mark, however. But, that mark seems a little far back for the very front of the boot to align with. The toepieces originally had the boots a few cm ahead of that mark, as seen in these pics-






And, for comparison, here are the boots aligned with the boot toe marks.






Is there some way to just determine the midpoint on this skis? The 'boot toe' mark does not seem like a very good system of determining where to mount.
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Get out a tape measure and determine where the true center of the ski is. That will give you a point of reference.

What are you going to use the skis for? Park, all mountain, some of both? Park guys like to mount them near to the true center for spins etc, but you would want them back from center for all mountain use.

Mike
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