The left skate seamed to be adjusted well with the wheel housing being pretty balanced in the middle of my foot. However the right one was positioned too far towards my big toe. So putting my weight on it resulted in the skate wanting to lean outward, so i took them off and tried to adjust the bracket over a bit towards the middle of my foot. Only problem is one of the bolts holding on the bracket for the right foot was cross threaded very badly, and my 4mm allen key was stripping it out, so i had to take a torque bit and hammer it in the hopes that i could get the bolt oit that way.
Success! I got the bolt out, and was able to move it over. I put the skate on my foot and it was perfect! I could balance on one foot and it felt like my weight was perfectly on top of the wheels. And then SNAP!
The whole wheel bracket snapped off, the threads inside the skate were so badly damaged from either me struggling to remove them, or the manufacturers putting them in so hard they screwed them up. Either way, i dont see how this could be my fault since you're supposed to be able to remove and adjust the bracket. And i was using the correct allen bit for it. Not to mention im only about 190lbs 6'2"
If I could find another set of size 16 skates on the internet i would just buy them. This is my only option though, so im going to go to Fastenall tomorrow and see if i can get better T nuts to replace the ones in the boot that got stripped out. Im goinna make this skate MORE robust than it was from the factory! >:D
Update. I found some helicoil thread drop in replacements in 6mm x 1.0 thread and i was able to replace the threading and the bolts with more robust stuff. the old stuff was stainless steel, with 4mm hex key sockets. now i have some high carbon 5mm socket hardware. so hopefully no more stripping. I didn't get these from this website BTW. but I thought this info would be useful to others in my position. got my thread drop ins from an auto parts store. best of luck to others! :)