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  1. #1
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    Atomic $100 Heli daddy (160,170,180,190), and $50 Kongur (177,184,191)

    Ex heli rentals, so the bases area near perfect, and the topsheets have some scrapes from being tossed in and out of a heli basket for a few years. I got a good deal on them so I can pass on a screaming deal for the price. They will be on ebay in Nov for $200 and $100/ pair.

    Heli daddy (same as the sugar daddy, and tele daddy) 124/99/115, R=28, 170,190 (160 and 180 SOLD OUT) " This is the newer version, no plates, no channel, just a normal flat mount, drilled once for salomon demos, and the "golf ball" dimple topsheet. Overall medium flex, softer tip to stiffer tail.

    http://www.travelindustrydeals.com/news/1749
    $100/pair, or $250 for 3 pairs

    Atomic Kongur, 116/84/108, R=23, 177, 184, 191. Similar to the snoop daddy. Again a flat ski, drilled once for salomon demos

    $50/pair or $100 for 3 pairs.

    http://www.mntlion.com/store.html
    Shipping is from banff, alberta, and is $40/pair or $80 for 3 pairs.
    Payment: paypal or EMT to dave_williams@shaw.ca or cash in banff works well
    questions, more info, pics etc: dave_williams@shaw.ca
    Last edited by mntlion; 08-20-2011 at 08:31 AM.


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    1637 grams for a single 170cm ski. I assume that is OK for weight, not carbon light, but OK?


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    Can you weigh a 177cm Kongur as well?
    Goal: ski in the 2018/19 season

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    1578g for a single in 177 for the Kongur


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    Searched for about 60 seconds, then got lazy, and said screw it, I'll ask the stupid question. No rocker / early rise on these correct?

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    IIRC, the Kongur is the same ski as the R:EX, 10:EX, TM:X, D$, and probably some other names I'm forgetting. Light, stiff ski. Foam core that does not break down.

    I personally hated the way the R:EX skied, but some people really liked this ski (esp. for BC), so YMMV.
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    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

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    no rocker on them. You might be able to heat and bend them, and at the price might be worth trying even.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    no rocker on them. You might be able to heat and bend them, and at the price might be worth trying even.
    Dude its like you read my mind!

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    Thanks guys, round #1 will be mailed out today, and I'll email you the tracking info to your paypal address (look for it in the junk file?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    1637 grams for a single 170cm ski. I assume that is OK for weight, not carbon light, but OK?
    That's not bad at all, very similar to my Baker Superlights. $50 eh...been looking for something to replace my Baker Superlights as a spring couloir ski. The Bakers are a bit too "light" if you know what I mean. Kind of lost me at foam core though. Hmmmm.....

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    Thought I heard mention of the Dynastars being $50 aswell

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    T2C: come over and see if you want a pair, 177 going fast, but still have some 184/191's

    Dynastars will be just a touch more...


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    just going for a ride, back by 6pm? or I have some time friday too... Dynastars are not in stock yet.


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    I'll have a peek tommorrow maybe if we're both around at the same time. Maybe i'll ride up and use your truing stand again at the same time? My rotor is warped.

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    T2C: yup, call me, but come up when you can. We can work on that wheel, and look at some skis.


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    160 and 180 all sold out


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    bumpity bump bump


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    Bump for a smoking deal and a solid dude! The crew is stoked, thanks again mntlion!
    Life is simple. Go Explore.

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    170 helis still available right? for 100$ il'l come take them off yer hands

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    1 or 2 pairs left of 170, THen just 190's left in HD, and 184/191 in Kongurs


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    Hey Mtnlion...still have 190's? Looking for my brother who would also need some clamps - I don't suppose you have those Demo binders in a box someplace?

    Let me know
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    I won't stand for anything...

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    190 heli daddy? yup, one pair left.
    I have some salomon demos I can add for $100 more (DIN 10, fat brakes, fits existing holes)


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    PM Sent on 190 HDs

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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    no rocker on them. You might be able to heat and bend them, and at the price might be worth trying even.
    FWIW, I believe those are foam core. Good luck bending, but you will probably just make a decent ski into a noodle.

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