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  1. #1
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    Fatypus D-Sender 194 with p18s

    $300 plus shipping for skis and bindings mounted on the line for 316 bsl. Well loved but a lot of life left. Binders are in great condition and were new when mounted. Chipping around the edges of the top sheets, bases pretty good. One repair in the first close up photo. Long scratch along the edge in second close up photo, and I think a bit of the rock still in there. Otherwise, minor scratching. Maybe base grind if you like you powder skis minty, or just ski them as is like I would.

    I loved the D-Sender before becoming an ON3P fanboy. I've had many pairs over the years as my daily driver. Damp is the name of the game, but fairly easy to ski without a stiff tail.



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  2. #2
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    Bump. $200 for skis and binders?

  3. #3
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    That seems like a deal.

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  5. #5
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    Haha, i have this exact ski (same topsheet & all) setup with 916s and the only difference is that i switched to Moments instead of ON3Ps. The 194 with the rockered tip trucks - damp is certainly the correct word for these skis - they really just blast through everything.

    Mine are still alive albeit gathering dust otherwise $200 would be tempting. Someone should be happy here.

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