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  1. #1
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    FS: Shred Shack Clean Out - Line, Dynafit, Scarpa

    I am fortunate to have ample ski equipment. I am also fortunate to have a child. This gear is for sale, so I can pay for gear for my child. All prices include shipping. I'm in Reno if any loc dawgs want to take a look. PM for further details/pics/negotiations. All mountings were either for dynafit or marker jester on a ~25,5 boot.

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    192 Opus, drilled twice - $149 . *DUKES ARE SOLD
    193 Mordecai Brand New - $349
    193 Mordecai Mounted Once, never skied - $299
    186 Opus Mounted Once, $229 - SOLD
    186 Sick Day 110, Custom Topsheet (ladies topsheet, but I rocked it anyways) - $229
    184 J Skis The Vacation - $229 - SOLD
    179 Sick Day 94 - $229
    179 Sick Day Tourist (custom fire-pit melt on one tip)- $79 - SOLD

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    Scarpa Maestrale RS, 25.0 used three times, liner unused - $399
    Dynafit Hoji Pro Tour, 25.5, used but fresh liner, Limited Edition - $199

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    Beast 14 Binding - $149 - SOLD
    Last edited by maxhammer; 10-11-2019 at 09:58 AM.

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    size on the boots would be useful info

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc_roon View Post
    size on the boots would be useful info
    and if the Maestrale boots are part of the recent recall...

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    line opus are beautiful. I have an uncut topsheet (both skis) on my wall of your 186. the graphic makes a design from left to right, and up and down. so cool. wall art

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    Scarpa boots are 25.0 and Hoji's are 25.5

    I think the Scarpa boots are indeed part of the recall, buyer might want to consider doing that.

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    I have a 192 Opus of my own that I need to drill. Any advice for mount position? Did you like them on the manufacturer's line? Or what?

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    What is the brake width on the Dynafit Beast?

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    Dibs on the jig please


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    Dibs on Beast bindings pending a few details from maxhammer.

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    Interested in tourists

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    PMd about Line Sick Day Tourists.

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    Pics from Tourist and Vacation Skis, little bit of rust from recent (I'm happy to clean up before selling):

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    I'm gonna go ahead and say favorite graphic ever. I considered keeping these just to put on my wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin I View Post
    I have a 192 Opus of my own that I need to drill. Any advice for mount position? Did you like them on the manufacturer's line? Or what?

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    I mounted mine about 1.5" back of recommended, just based on feel. I usually just stand around on the ski and look at a boot on the ski until it feels right and then measure for consistency. Probably depends on personal ski style too, I try to picture where my hips and center of gravity will be placed over the ski while skiing and then just guess and go for it. Not sure if that helps...

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    Are the dukes included with the Opus for $149? Or are they an additional $69?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridge View Post
    Are the dukes included with the Opus for $149? Or are they an additional $69?
    Opus with Dukes for $200, skis only for $149 or bindings only for $69

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    Second on the jig if the previous poster doesnt grab it.

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    PM's about jskis vacation

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    Im out on the jig, thanks!


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    PM sent on jig to ask for local usage before shipping. I have one pair of skis that I need to drill for Beast 14s.
    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.

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    pm'd for 186 opus and beasts

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    payment sent for the jig

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxhammer View Post
    I mounted mine about 1.5" back of recommended...
    Thanks for the reply.
    1.5" is about 3.8cm. So -3.8cm from recommended. Hmmm... Early year(s) of this model had only 1 line at -2.1cm from true center. Later year(s) had 2 lines: 1 line at -2.1cm from true center labelled something like "Pollard's Line", and a 2nd line at -6.0cm from true center labelled something vague like "Recommended". So, I'm not sure whether you were at -5.9cm or -9.8cm from true center, but I'm pretty sure I will drill more forward than both of those anyway, so no clarification needed.

    Anyway, free bump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin I View Post
    Thanks for the reply.
    1.5" is about 3.8cm. So -3.8cm from recommended. Hmmm... Early year(s) of this model had only 1 line at -2.1cm from true center. Later year(s) had 2 lines: 1 line at -2.1cm from true center labelled something like "Pollard's Line", and a 2nd line at -6.0cm from true center labelled something vague like "Recommended". So, I'm not sure whether you were at -5.9cm or -9.8cm from true center, but I'm pretty sure I will drill more forward than both of those anyway, so no clarification needed.

    Anyway, free bump!

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    My bad, I was thinking about when there was only one line. On that particular Opus I ended up real close to the recommended line versus Eric's line. Still, the main point is I usually disregard the lines and put the boot where I want it.

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