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  1. #1
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    FS: 18/19 down td105 182

    Yup. Florals from this year. Never fail to get a complement in the lift line. Itís a pretty solid all mtn jib ski. Really impressed with the build. Hefty, damp, feels like a softened on3p. Iíve tried to shoehorn my shin driving style into a short running length center mounted ski and itís just not quite my jam. Fun AF, switch friendly, great float for their size, but Iím Happier on the 186 kartel. Wish they made a longer version.

    Seriously love the topsheet.

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    Iíd say 8.5/10 overall. Some topsheet chips. Edges underfoot look a little chewed. There have been a park ski most of the year for me and have hit many rails. I detuned appropriately underfoot and the bases and edges held up really well, but I didnít baby them. If you hit rails, theyíre good to go. If you donít, Iím confident theyíd get back to stock shape with a tune.

    Mount at -2.3cm from center for sth2, 306mm

    $200 flat plus ship from Seattle. Preference for locals, mags I know and people Iíve done business with before.

    Add $130 for sth2. Might be slightly steep for this time of year, but I like them a lot and will definitely use them if the buyer wants the skis flat. Prefer to keep the clamps.

    Edit 1) Iíll happily tune them to your liking before they ship (sharp all over, park detune, factory tune, whatevs)

    Edit 2) Iíll also do the Margotron dowel pin/g flex repair to the holes if youíre worried about hole conflict and you want me to. Can also plug with rubber plugs or just tape over the holes so you can reuse.

    Edit 3) price drop.

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    FS: 18/19 down td105 182

    Itís slush season bump with a price drop to $200.
    Last edited by SupreChicken; 03-23-2019 at 05:47 PM. Reason: Price drop
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    Bumping.
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    Rad ski by all accounts
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    They are indeed rad. And slightly red. And floral.
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    Bump.
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    Big straight air?


    How about nearly completing a kinked rail?


    These skis do it all.
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    Someone buy these. Suprechicken needs to replenish his gear fund
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    Another pass for slush season
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    Trying to convince my buddy to get these. So they ski like a softer k108?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk8rat6587 View Post
    Trying to convince my buddy to get these. So they ski like a softer k108?

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    Exactly. Just as damp, but a bit softer in the tip and tail. Can be skied quite hard or relaxed. Very switch friendly. Enough mass to push slush around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupreChicken View Post
    Yup. Florals from this year. Never fail to get a complement in the lift line. Itís a pretty solid all mtn jib ski. Really impressed with the build. Hefty, damp, feels like a softened on3p. Iíve tried to shoehorn my shin driving style into a short running length center mounted ski and itís just not quite my jam. Fun AF, switch friendly, great float for their size, but Iím Happier on the 186 kartel. Wish they made a longer version.

    Seriously love the topsheet.

    Details:
    Iíd say 8.5/10 overall. Some topsheet chips. Edges underfoot look a little chewed. There have been a park ski most of the year for me and have hit many rails. I detuned appropriately underfoot and the bases and edges held up really well, but I didnít baby them. If you hit rails, theyíre good to go. If you donít, Iím confident theyíd get back to stock shape with a tune.

    Mount at -2.3cm from center for sth2, 306mm

    $200 flat plus ship from Seattle. Preference for locals, mags I know and people Iíve done business with before.

    Add $130 for sth2. Might be slightly steep for this time of year, but I like them a lot and will definitely use them if the buyer wants the skis flat. Prefer to keep the clamps.

    Edit 1) Iíll happily tune them to your liking before they ship (sharp all over, park detune, factory tune, whatevs)

    Edit 2) Iíll also do the Margotron dowel pin/g flex repair to the holes if youíre worried about hole conflict and you want me to. Can also plug with rubber plugs or just tape over the holes so you can reuse.

    Edit 3) price drop.

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    shipped to 01106 Massachusetts?

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    Pm sent
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    Sold. Props to pemazia20. Easy transaction.
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