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    FS: Lhasa Tour set-up, Jmo+916, Alpinist 12

    Clearing out the garage to make room for new touring set-ups. All skis available local between Seattle and Snoqualmie.

    A pair of custom Lhasa Tours. These are early-gen 186cm Lhasas made to be lightweight and charge-y. They have planed down Big Bro cores and a carbon fiber layer with no topsheet. They flex strong and ski fast. They're too much for me these days as I'm only getting 20-25 days per year and just can't drive them anymore. They're in good shape (~25 touring days) and mounted with Dynaft FT12s for a 315mm BSL and come with BD Ascension skins cut to fit (not my finest cut, a bit raggedy, but edge to edge). The skins are seconds-quality, but I'm not sure what is seconds about them. Thinking $350 for the package, $400 shipped.

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    186cm On3p Jeronimos mounted with 916 bindings for ~315mm BSL. The skis are in good shape with one repaired core shot. Edges have some surface rust as they haven't been skied in two years but there is still storage wax on bases. The bindings are in good shape with a few more days and one is missing a c-shaped piece in the toe that connects to AFD (see 3rd pic). Thinking $150, prefer local.

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    Last, a pair of NIB Marker Alpinist 12s in the black color. These were only opened to check that all parts are there. I ended up with Dynafits on my new skis. Selling these for $250 local, $265 shipped. Not a screaming deal but cheaper than online.
    Last edited by Daywalker; 11-14-2019 at 08:27 PM.
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    Re: alpinists - Long travel with 105 brakes? Or otherwise?
    wait!!!! waitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwait...Wait!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SupreChicken View Post
    Re: alpinists - Long travel with 105 brakes? Or otherwise?
    Alpinists are regular travel, no brakes. They are pending local.
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    Not getting much response on skis so dropping price by $50 each. Original post updated.
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    These still available? $350 shipped to Bay Area?

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    I have some interest on the on3p skis and I live close

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