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    Vermont Ski calibrater

    Vermont ski calibrater used for precise adjustment of ski binding release settings. Includes small and large foot, tilting table, standard leg, and torque limiting screwdriver. Just this stuff alone is 3895.00 from Vermont ski safety. Also comes with instructional video. I am also including 8 binding mounting jigs, each jig has a plethora of mounting options for each manufacturer. Along with all that is a wintersteiger binding mounting table used to hold both ski's while drilling and mounting bindings. Also shouldered drill bits for use with the jigs, and an assortment of mounting hardware.

    All this for 2500.00

    Perfect for a hobbyist or someone looking to open there own ski business.









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    Holy ginormous pictures Batman!

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    $2500?
    breaking my balls....

    breakin' em.


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    If you want to sell just the jigs individually then let me know.

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    saw one of those vermont torque din testers go on ebay for $40. had no idea they cost so much...
    Perhaps you'd be more comfortable on epicski or Paula's Ski Lovers, AltaNancy.

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    I bought the calibrator at an auction for $100, no table but......
    Jigs typically go for $35-70 a piece here. You might have better luck parting this setup out, true maggots won't have $2500 laying around.
    Driving to Targhee

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    What exactly is different between a ski calibrator and a torque wrench with a funny foot thing attached?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VC View Post
    What exactly is different between a ski calibrator and a torque wrench with a funny foot thing attached?
    About three grand, apparently.

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    for that price I'll just pay for the surgery...

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    on any crack that's left.
    Get a clue jong.
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    DAMN!!! I've seen lots of Jongs come here trying to sell shit on their first post, but never $2500 worth of shit!!! Props for having big enough balls to even try??

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    I was thinking maybe someone here mounted lots of ski's out of their garage for others, or was considering opening their own shop. I wasn’t directing this to the guys who mount their own new ski's once a year. You guys act like 2500.00 is a lot for everything included. It’s a good price for a high quality precision product. But for the everyday Joe that would just leave this stuff sitting in their garage, 2500 is a lot to come up with. I understand.

    If someone is interested in buying all the jigs together as a group I will consider that. Just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverSummer4Life View Post
    But for the everyday Joe that would just leave this stuff sitting in their garage,
    right because there are a shit ton of us with rotafella and tyrolia demo mounts just piling up waiting to be done. Sweet goodness I could have been knocking out mad rotafella mounts if I just had a $2500 rotafella jig.

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    rotafella sucks ,stick this jig up yours. ^not you, the op
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    rotafella sucks ,stick this jig up yours. ^not you, the op
    Meh. XC binding are XC bindings.
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    i will really truly and honestly offer you $1000 for the vermont tester kit and tables and a couple of the jigs (new marker and if the yellow handled one is the rossi jig w/ wide feet).
    go for rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooltsi View Post
    true maggots won't have $2500 laying around.
    That's a weird thing to say.
    In the long run, we're all dead.- John Maynard Keynes

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    Looks like you have one, maybe two jigs that go over 80 mm waisted skis and we all crank our dins to 20...no need to test.

    Might try epicski.

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    hey jong, obviously you never skied 30.0's. get hip.
    go for rob

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    Do you still have the Vermont Safety tilt vise and calibrator for sale? I would be interested in the full lot including all the jigs. Please let me know asap. Thanks G

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    um...wow...exactly 750 days...what are the odds?

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