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    Love both my 184 Bibby and 182 Quixote. They both...

    Love both my 184 Bibby and 182 Quixote. They both charge hard but are pretty easy to ski. I would say the Quixote is more edgy and the Bibby a little more slarvy with the Quixote edging out the Bibby...
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    Got out on my Quixotes today for only the second...

    Got out on my Quixotes today for only the second time and they were awesome. Tracked up powder with some undisturbed patches here and there, about 4" of new with chopped up firmish underneath but not...
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    Finally got out on my Quixotes last Friday for a...

    Finally got out on my Quixotes last Friday for a couple of hours. Conditions were firmish refrozen under a few inches of powder. I am fighting a back/sciatica issues with some numb toes. That...
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    Still fighting a pinched nerve in my back and a...

    Still fighting a pinched nerve in my back and a couple of numb toes but I think I am going to mount these up tomorrow and take them for a spin Sunday dependent upon how I feel that morning. I wasn't...
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    Excellent intel, thanks frorider. Yeah was...

    Excellent intel, thanks frorider. Yeah was thinking about Scotty Bobs and later when G3 tickets/rapid transits came along they were a popular tele option. Albeit the design approach was different.
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    Shipping confirmation says next Tuesday. Hoping...

    Shipping confirmation says next Tuesday. Hoping so bad to be able to ski these the weekend after I get them, but I'm fighting a pinched nerve in my lower back which has been debilitating as hell.
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    So true, and much of clothing in the swap seems...

    So true, and much of clothing in the swap seems to be XL, so a lot of bigger skiers. I can definitely see sizing up for big open terrain, but I like trees and features to ski through and around...
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    I'm liking the reassurances on size, thanks.

    I'm liking the reassurances on size, thanks.
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    Keith honored the sale price, 182 ordered. Thanks...

    Keith honored the sale price, 182 ordered. Thanks all for input, woot!
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    Well shit, was ready to jump on the 182 Quixote...

    Well shit, was ready to jump on the 182 Quixote after some additional input. $600 yesterday but now back up to $750. Asked if they would honor yesterday's price, hopefully....

    I guess I don't...
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    Good info, thanks!

    Good info, thanks!
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    Size on both skis and your height/weight? Thanks.

    Size on both skis and your height/weight? Thanks.
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    Thanks Thom, I think my main concern would be if...

    Thanks Thom,
    I think my main concern would be if I was really limiting the ability to float in powder (understanding of course that they aren't a true powder ski). I certainly don't mind edged...
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    I searched the thread but didn't find a direct...

    I searched the thread but didn't find a direct comparison for the 184 bibby pro to a 182 Q. One left in stock in that size and Keith says the Q would probably ski a bit longer than the bibby. I like...
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