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  1. #4801
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
    Super Goats all mounted
    Step 1
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    Skipped a couple steps in the photo log

    SkiLyft, you willing to teach me the ropes on my incoming SGs?

  2. #4802
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwags41 View Post
    SkiLyft, you willing to teach me the ropes on my incoming SGs?
    Go that way really fast if something gets in your way turn.

  3. #4803
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotted dogs View Post
    That exactly what I got. It was the sidewall mark that kept throwing me off and making me second guess myself.

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    How was the sidewall mark throwing you off?

  4. #4804
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    Schuhespitze mounting is way old school. Made more sense when skis were straight and cambered w/ flat tails.
    I mean on a renegade boot toe(which is generally chord center)mount a 280mm soled boot is gonna be @ -14 from true center
    He doesn’t mean that the toe should be at cord center. More that the recommended mounting point is based upon where the toe of the boot should land on the ski. Therefore if you use his formula the toe of the boot regardless of size should land in the same place.

  5. #4805
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    We got it figured out.
    That's why I later stated that 4frnt should have just put a boot toe mark @ 102(.2) or a graduated scale like K2 used to use. Way simpler

  6. #4806
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    So fiberglass roof insulation is referenced countless times in the thread for spinner repairs.

    Any reason why roof insulation? Can I just go grab a pinch from my basement wall to chop up and call it good?

  7. #4807
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeshek View Post
    So fiberglass roof insulation is referenced countless times in the thread for spinner repairs.

    Any reason why roof insulation? Can I just go grab a pinch from my basement wall to chop up and call it good?
    That's what I do. There's some exposed in a closet in my basement, pink Fiberglass batt insulation.
    Quote Originally Posted by powder11 View Post
    if you have to resort to taking advice from the nitwits on this forum, then you're doomed.

  8. #4808
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwags41 View Post
    SkiLyft, you willing to teach me the ropes on my incoming SGs?
    His attention to detail in matching his beer can to his bindings makes me think he’d be good at walking you through it.

  9. #4809
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    Quote Originally Posted by unclebill View Post
    How was the sidewall mark throwing you off?
    It measured out at 85.5
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  10. #4810
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeshek View Post
    So fiberglass roof insulation is referenced countless times in the thread for spinner repairs.

    Any reason why roof insulation? Can I just go grab a pinch from my basement wall to chop up and call it good?
    You can't do that without a building permit
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  11. #4811
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotted dogs View Post
    It measured out at 85.5
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    I still don't follow you why that was a problem?

  12. #4812
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    My second time mounting skis. Harder than the first. The centerline/-1/-2/etc is a different tape pull measurement from the tail, and one of the previous mounts was off which threw my off a little at first.

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  13. #4813
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    Super goat instructions. Go really fast and if anything gets in your way go through it, or air off it.


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    I rip the groomed on tele gear

  14. #4814
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Chupacabra View Post
    That's what I do. There's some exposed in a closet in my basement, pink Fiberglass batt insulation.
    so I am hearing you say you have come out of the closet ?
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  15. #4815
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judo Chop! View Post
    I remounted my own fucking skis yesterday. Had to dodge some existing holes, but no biggie.

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    Looks like you were super fucking high and got your bindings mixed up. You’ll figure it out when you sober up and you’ll have a have a few more holes to dodge.

  16. #4816
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Go that way really fast if something gets in your way turn.
    Quote Originally Posted by detrusor View Post
    Super goat instructions. Go really fast and if anything gets in your way go through it, or air off it.

    These Mags know the way... the faster you go the more fun it gets!!



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  17. #4817
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiLyft View Post
    These Mags know the way... the faster you go the more fun it gets!!



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    The faster you go, the faster it gets.

  18. #4818
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatboy64 View Post
    So I am trying to shuffle some gear around, there is a reason to my madness.
    I have a pair of skis that have two mounts both for 306 bsl. The first was a pair of Jesters that were not GW compatible, the second mount is a pair Shifts, I had to move back 1cm due to hole conflicts.

    Now I want to take the Shifts off ( I will never tour on these skis and it is a waste having them on the skis).

    I want to do this on the cheap, so my options are

    1. Get a pair of Jesters that are GW compatible (not so cheap) and reuse the old holes
    2. Get a pair of Attacks and drill a third set of hole.

    So my question is, should I drill a third set of holes and is it even possible without drastically moving the new mount forward or backward?
    I pulled the shifts off the skis and this is what I have. If I move forward 2cm from boot center this is were the new holes will be (pivot 15s)

    Should I have any concerns on hole placement or the amount of holes in the ski?

    Thanks in advance

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  19. #4819
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    Are those Volkl Ones? I really like those ~6cm from center, fwiw.

  20. #4820
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    They are. Lots of fun to ski. I haven used them lately, looking to get back on them.

    Is that 6cm forward or back from boot center or ski center?

  21. #4821
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    -6cm from ski center

  22. #4822
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    Thanks!

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    Bumping to see if anyone has thoughts on the hole placements? Should I be ok?

  24. #4824
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatboy64 View Post
    I pulled the shifts off the skis and this is what I have. If I move forward 2cm from boot center this is were the new holes will be (pivot 15s)

    Should I have any concerns on hole placement or the amount of holes in the ski?

    Thanks in advance

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    Sorry meant to reply with quotes

    Bumping to see if anyone has thoughts on the hole placements? Should I be ok?

  25. #4825
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    Looks good to go


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