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  1. #1
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    DPS Lotus 120 pures - 184cm

    Still in the plastic, never mounted . . . thought I would use these as a resort ski, but have decided they're too long for me! Make me an offer . . .

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    Hi, where are you located and would you be willing to trade for rossignol s7 in a 178?

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    does the s7 come with a reach around?

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    I'll go buy a new pair of S7's for trade and throw in a bacon sandwich!

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    Too long???!!! Mount them, ski them, thank me later.
    Uno mas

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    ^^^ yeah, you should keep them.

    i think that 120s come in 200, 190, 178cm lengths; are you sure yours are 184?
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    184 was a new length last season, late addition. They did a L138 in a 182 also

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    ^^^ hmmm, good to know.


    OP should still keep 'em.
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    The thing is, Kellie, you're a goddess, so you should be able to ski any mere mortal's ski.

    (Since they're never mounted, though, maybe DPS would let you exchange for the 178?)
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    Cool, a 182cm Lotus 138. Gotta be a great tree stick for lighter weight guys and gals.

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    184cm 120s have a running length of 143cm. Just say'n...
    Uno mas

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    I have a pair of minty fresh 178s that my gf used on one trip that she'd sell you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000-oaks View Post
    Cool, a 182cm Lotus 138. Gotta be a great tree stick for lighter weight guys and gals.
    'zackly why I got a pair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Too long???!!! Mount them, ski them, thank me later.
    Quoting for truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    184cm 120s have a running length of 143cm. Just say'n...
    Maybe on hardpack, but in powder when all but the tip is slicing through the snow, that definitely increases. And it doesn't matter what the running length is when you're side slipping into something tight or skiing through the trees, 184cm is still the length you have to deal with.
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    Orig. post was in March. She hasn't even responed since then. I'm sure they are long gone.
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