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  1. #126
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    So I get a text from a buddy, and Iíll let him chime in if he wants to, that he found a pair of minty Pro Riders for sale at the local used gear store for $319. He let me have them! His beers are on me for this January.

    I got me a pair of Pro Riders! Watch out, hide your kids, hide your wife, once get some better coverage, Hell will be unleashed!!!


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    Dood! Very nice!

    I've been skiing mine the last few days on the hill. Such a good ski.

  2. #127
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    Sheeeeeeit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    What!

    Better throw some p18 on those bad boys and buckle up.
    There is a rumor they were previously skied by a very famous American Downhiller, which makes them even more badass.

    Going to mount them at +1 once we get more snow. Itís just a little too thin out there right now to risk any damage to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    There is a rumor they were previously skied by a very famous American Downhiller, which makes them even more badass.

    Going to mount them at +1 once we get more snow. Itís just a little too thin out there right now to risk any damage to them.
    No, mount them on the line as God himself intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    No, mount them on the line as God himself intended.
    They are drilled for 315 and my BSL is 305. I can go +1 or -1, unless you have a magical way to remove a previous mount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    They are drilled for 315 and my BSL is 305. I can go +1 or -1, unless you have a magical way to remove a previous mount.
    Use a different binder.

    You can thank me with a good whisky.

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    Go get some look px15 bindings then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Go get some look px15 bindings then.
    Wrong color? Iím going to be vane and attempt to insist on Orange or White P18s. I have a pair of Orange P18s waiting to go on a pair of 203 Shiros, but I may mount them on the Pro Riders if I can find a pair of 105 brakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Wrong color? Iím going to be vane and attempt to insist on Orange or White P18s. I have a pair of Orange P18s waiting to go on a pair of 203 Shiros, but I may mount them on the Pro Riders if I can find a pair of 105 brakes
    I've seen px15 and 18s in black, orange and white. I think you should make an effort to mount these skis on the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    I've seen px15 and 18s in black, orange and white. I think you should make an effort to mount these skis on the line.
    Thatís a good thought, but the toe piece of the PX15/18 is the same as the P18, so Iíll still be forward at +1

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    Dynalook plates may be a thought to consider if you don't mind a little more stack. Spray paint them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Thatís a good thought, but the toe piece of the PX15/18 is the same as the P18, so Iíll still be forward at +1
    You should be able to fit another set of holes in there no problem, these skis have a ton of metal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    You should be able to fit another set of holes in there no problem, these skis have a ton of metal
    I may just plug the holes with JB Weld and wood dowels, then mount on the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skibrd View Post
    Thatís a good thought, but the toe piece of the PX15/18 is the same as the P18, so Iíll still be forward at +1
    If they're drilled for 315 and yours are 305 then you'd only be 0.5 cm forward of the line with the toepiece in original holes. I'd say get Pivots, install toes in existing holes and redrill the heels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoooL View Post
    If they're drilled for 315 and yours are 305 then you'd only be 0.5 cm forward of the line with the toepiece in original holes. I'd say get Pivots, install toes in existing holes and redrill the heels.
    Thatís the plan

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    For slc mags. Level9 has a pair of 187 xxl pro riders in pretty good shape with 1 mount for $99.

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    If I had known the PR I let Big Bird buy would have generated so much chatter I would have bought them just for the street cred.

    But a month worth of Whiskey/Sevens and getting them in the right hands (feet) brings Karma points that I needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstdeep View Post
    If I had known the PR I let Big Bird buy would have generated so much chatter I would have bought them just for the street cred.

    But a month worth of Whiskey/Sevens and getting them in the right hands (feet) brings Karma points that I needed.
    Let it be know this man earned every Wiskey/Seven I buy him this month.

    Just need two working MCLs to get out on them now. Soon enough, soon enough...

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    Can finally join in this discussion...picked up my first set of Dynastar's earlier this season, 186 Legend X88's for our bony, low tide start to winter. Having a blast on them and should've picked up something like this a long time ago.
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    Pm sent on the OG 192 LP105s

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    Sweet Jesus.... want 192s
    But Ellen kicks ass - if she had a beard it would be much more haggard. -Jer

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    Finally upgraded the Twisters after 8 years. Exact same ski/dimensions, but for some reason they increased the radius from 24 to 25 (not that it matters)??
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  23. #148
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    I was having some trouble enjoying my Pro Riders, then I finally got into some untouched pow, and damn, so easy and smooth. I also finally trusted myself and the ski enough (and could see) to let them run in the bowl and they smoothed everything out. Iím still not a fan of them in bumps, but maybe I need more time on them. They definitely are a fun ski in the right conditions.

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    Push the tips harder, ski faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leavenworth Skier View Post
    Push the tips harder, ski faster
    Yes. This.

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