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The tour throws on my targas drop off my heel pretty often when they are flipped down into tour-mode. I have tried to adjust them to where they stay put for the uptrack while skinning but then they are too tight to flip up into ski-mode. I have heard of people running the throws on top of the heel block instead of the groove but that does not seem very secure as a way to fix the problem. Please advise. Thanks

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