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    FS: ON3P BILLYGOAT TOUR LAYUP 179

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    ON3P BillyGoat Tour Layup 179.
    Skied 5 times. Topsheets, bases and edges are perfect.
    Phantom wax treatment applied at EVO.
    Mounted twice on the line:
    STH2 for BSL 310
    STH2 for BSL 285


    $375 shipped
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    I wish these were 108 wide, but Iíll go 2nd in line


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    They're worth about $200-250 with two sets of holes in them already, it doesn't matter what snakeoil you put on the bases.
    Set my compass North, I got Winter in my blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    They're worth about $200-250 with two sets of holes in them already, it doesn't matter what snakeoil you put on the bases.
    I guess the market will decide. The BG index has always been strong and tour layup is a somewhat rare commodity.

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    I was intrigued at first - a BG tour layout is a good find. But two mounts, and both for STH2s? So confusing. Why would you mount STHs on a touring ski? Is it the same sort of internal chaos that drives people to put touring bindings on resort chargers?

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    Iím putting my wife on a this exact ski this year as her big stick. If it doesnít go well Iíve got a shifty tour ski for me

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    At that length , the tour lay up is probably quite fitting. Just the 2 mounts thing for me.
    If they arent selling as quick as youd want , and theyd fit a pivot mount for a 295mm bsl length , send me a pm and we could work something out

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWODIEFOUR View Post
    I was intrigued at first - a BG tour layout is a good find. But two mounts, and both for STH2s? So confusing. Why would you mount STHs on a touring ski? Is it the same sort of internal chaos that drives people to put touring bindings on resort chargers?
    Because an ON3P tour layup is burlier than a lot of companies' "standard" (non-touring) skis.

    My guess is that this ski will ski like a Praxis 3+ flex, and weigh much like a standard GPO does in the same lemgth (maybe 9.3 Lbs.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    At that length , the tour lay up is probably quite fitting. Just the 2 mounts thing for me.
    If they arent selling as quick as youd want , and theyd fit a pivot mount for a 295mm bsl length , send me a pm and we could work something out

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    working on this same question so here's a cad. pivot in red. you'll have issues with both toe holes
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    Quote Originally Posted by oetk2 View Post
    working on this same question so here's a cad. pivot in red. you'll have issues with both toe holes
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    Plug with Gflex & fiberglass, install inserts or helicoils.

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    FS: ON3P BILLYGOAT TOUR LAYUP 179

    Joey311 seems a bit inactive in the thread. Like a phantom.

    On the CAD, did you research the toe heel hole spread from boot center on both bindings for a specific bsl? That data around or you have both jigs on hand?
    Uno mas

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    Quote Originally Posted by oetk2 View Post
    working on this same question so here's a cad. pivot in red. you'll have issues with both toe holes
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    Quote Originally Posted by galibier_numero_un View Post
    Plug with Gflex & fiberglass, install inserts or helicoils.

    ... Thom
    Damn! Thanks lads. Id do the Thom method but itd be for a cast setup , so i think i dont want to risk anything if theyll be freeheeling some. At that point some new BG's or quixote's might make sense to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Joey311 seems a bit inactive in the thread. Like a phantom.
    Wow....that's cool. I never thought of myself like a phantom.

    If anyone has any questions about the skis or needs more info, I'll do my best to answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey311 View Post
    Wow....that's cool. I never thought of myself like a phantom.

    If anyone has any questions about the skis or needs more info, I'll do my best to answer.
    Sent u an offer on these-


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    Quote Originally Posted by galibier_numero_un View Post
    Because an ON3P tour layup is burlier than a lot of companies' "standard" (non-touring) skis.

    My guess is that this ski will ski like a Praxis 3+ flex, and weigh much like a standard GPO does in the same lemgth (maybe 9.3 Lbs.)

    ... Thom
    I see that. Still, some shifts or kingpins or beasts seem more appropriate for a stiffer tour ski. But hey - it's not like I don't have some lower din pivots on my burly SN108s. I guess we're all a bit weird sometimes.

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    FS: ON3P BILLYGOAT TOUR LAYUP 179

    Quote Originally Posted by Joey311 View Post
    Wow....that's cool. I never thought of myself like a phantom.

    If anyone has any questions about the skis or needs more info, I'll do my best to answer.
    Dumb joke more so wanted to make sure we all werenít following a thread of sold skis. I am interested but canít justify on ec. I already have 108 and 122 waisted soft snow focused skis. Glws.
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    Uno mas

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    Yes someone get these. I wouldnt care about 2 mounts if there wasnt a hole conflict. Sweet pair of sticks

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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Yes someone get these. I wouldnt care about 2 mounts if there wasnt a hole conflict. Sweet pair of sticks

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    Make him an offer he can't refuse ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWODIEFOUR View Post
    I was intrigued at first - a BG tour layout is a good find. But two mounts, and both for STH2s? So confusing. Why would you mount STHs on a touring ski? Is it the same sort of internal chaos that drives people to put touring bindings on resort chargers?
    Because these were originally my wife’s pow skis and she skied them 2x and I rode them 1x. She found they were too much for her so I sold them here on GS to Joey311. They’re burlier than most companies regular skis for sure but the flex is rounder than the usual ON3P flex profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galibier_numero_un View Post
    Make him an offer he can't refuse ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MHSP1497 View Post
    Because these were originally my wifeís pow skis and she skied them 2x and I rode them 1x. She found they were too much for her so I sold them here on GS to Joey311. Theyíre burlier than most companies regular skis for sure but the flex is rounder than the usual ON3P flex profile.
    Uggh!! I like round flex patterns and really like my skinny bg steeple 102. Killing me here. Need a week in at my new gig first.
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    I wish they were 10cm longer

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    FS: ON3P BILLYGOAT TOUR LAYUP 179

    Would a weight of my identical pair help sale?
    I think theyíre dope hand flexing em fwiw. And I donít think heís way off base on price. in this case if this is THE ski for you itís a cheap entry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Would a weight of my identical pair help sale?
    I think theyíre dope hand flexing em fwiw. And I donít think heís way off base on price. in this case if this is THE ski for you itís a cheap entry..
    Weight would help. I want a tour layup 179 version of the steeple you sold me. Iíll give up my spot(?) in this questionable queue, not the exact droid Iím looking for.


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