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  1. #1
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    190 Gotama Mount location

    Alpine race-stock setup...

    Normal, or a tad forward? Anyone play with this?

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by skier666
    Alpine race-stock setup...

    Normal, or a tad forward? Anyone play with this?
    Mine are a tad forward after screwing with the bindings, I'll let you know tomorrow.

    Or search in here:

    http://tetongravity.com/forums/showt...light=mounting

  3. #3
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    I mounted mine on the line but I do that for all my skis. Heads up with the Gotamas if you haven't skied them before. In pow, that huge kick tail become part of the running surface and allows this unique and cool wheelie stance. If you mount too far forward you might not get this effect. Always mount for maximum rooster tail action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles
    Always mount for maximum rooster tail action.
    [Rick James] Eat my spray, bitches!!!! [/Rick James]

    On the line here. Seems perfect to me.
    "I knew in an instant that the three dollars I had spent on wine would not go to waste."

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    Love just rocking back on them, my mates aren't necessarily slower than I am , they just have to wait 30 seconds for my rooster tails to settle.

    Oh yeah, and right on the line for me too.
    Avoid employing unlucky people - throw half of the pile of resume's in the bin without reading them.

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    I have Freerides, on the line. Perfecto.
    I can see my house from here!

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    I went for On the line on Gotamas last year and was psyched (and I am 3 forward on Explosives and 4 on Sanouks). I agree about the 7 cm of tail becoming very effective in the pow.

  8. #8
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    Nice, rode the 190 Goats today mounted "on the line", flat with some s916's...

    ...felt sweet to me, man...those skis actually like to carve.

    Only drawback for me is that they need to be stiffer...they flap around too much in the tip with my @200lb frame....but I'm fully stoked

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