How tough is it to install, say a 5, 6, or 8mm lift on a boot and also to plane the boot sole at, say 2 degrees? Does it create an issue with the binding interface? When cutting the toe and heel lug to make the new binding interface distance on the boot standard, can you cut at the same angle the boot was planed? I had this done awhile back on a pair boots, and the tech cut the lug where the binding holds the boot flat, and then filled it with a black polymer that was supposed to harden (dremeled to the angle matching the boot sole planing). Unfortunately, that polymer is chipping away.
It seems like it would be easier to cut the lugs to the same angle as the planed sole, but he didn't have this option, for whatever reason. Can it be done?